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Engineering and Design Schools Partner with Carnegie Mellon to Research Transportation
Type: News | Release Date: 2/5/2013
Penn’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, the School of Design and Carnegie Mellon University are working on a collaborative effort to improve the future of transportation through an interdisciplinary research group known as the Consortium for Technologies for Safe and Efficient Transportation.

Heinz College Academic Calendar 2012 - 2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/25/2012

'The Carnegie Mellon Advantage' (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/9/2011

'Yes I can' attitude takes Pakistan student far
Type: News | Release Date: 9/17/2009
From a war zone in Swat in North West Pakistan, Ahmad Khan, is learning important leadership skills as well as helping students and staff understand Muslim values

.Gov Student Tips
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/15/2009

.Org Logo
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/1/2010

0809fa
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/13/2008

100th CMU Australia student graduates
Type: News | Release Date: 1/18/2010
Champagne corks flew in celebration as Carnegie Mellon’s 100th graduate student, Rob Hanson, received his Masters of Science in Information Technology.

12-10-10 FCSWS IOF (INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY FUND) POLICY
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/10/2010

12-10-10 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS FOR FEDERAL COMMUNITY SERVICE WORK STUDY (FCSWS)
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/10/2010

12-16-10 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS FOR FEDERAL COMMUNITY SERVICE WORK STUDY (FCSWS)
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/16/2010

14-15 MSIT-MISM AUSTRALIA TUITION AND FEES SUMMARY 02.11.2014
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/21/2014

14-15 MSPPM AUSTRALIA TUITION AND FEES SUMMARY 02.11.2014
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/21/2014

1st Telstra Scholar Finishes Heinz College Australia MSIT Program
Type: News | Release Date: 1/21/2009
Many Doors Are Opening for Megan Boundey

2007 December / 2008 May MSISPM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

2008 December / 2009 May MSISPM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

2008 December MISM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
The Masters in Information Systems Management graduate program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

2008 May MISM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
The Masters in Information Systems Management graduate program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

2008-09 Dean's Leadership Fellows
Type: News | Release Date: 1/28/2009
Eleven students from across the Heinz College have been selected as Dean’s Leadership Fellows for the 2008-09 academic year.

2008-2009 FAAPP
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/23/2009

2008-2009 Verification Worksheet
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/23/2009

2009 Admitted Student Weekend
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

2009 December / 2010 May MSISPM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

2009 December MISM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
The Masters in Information Systems Management graduate program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

2009 Federal Career Day: Employer Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/11/2009

2009 May MISM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
The Masters in Information Systems Management graduate program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

2010 -2011 Idea Lab Board
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/25/2013

2010 Admitted Student Weekend
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

2010 Colloquium Schedule
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/2/2010

2010 December / 2011 May MSISPM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

2010 December MISM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
The Masters in Information Systems Management graduate program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

2010 May MISM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
The Masters in Information Systems Management graduate program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

2010-11 Presentations
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

2010-2014 Academic Calendar (Adelaide, Australia) (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/18/2012

2011 Dec Mism Grad
Type: File | Last Modified: 5/8/2012

2011 December / 2012 May MSISPM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/1/2012

2011 December MISM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/8/2012

2011 Keith Block Entrepreneurial Pitch Competition
Type: News | Release Date: 5/11/2011
Several teams of Carnegie Mellon University students recently delivered their best elevator pitches to a panel of judges in the 2011 Keith Block Entrepreneurship Fund Competition. Emerging victorious was the husband and wife team of Cynthia and Alen Knapic, who successfully pitched their venture Bracketz, a content marketing and market intelligence platform that specializes in the creation of engaging, interactive bracket survey promotions.

2011 May MISM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
The Masters in Information Systems Management graduate program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

2011 Provisional Academic Calander
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/1/2009
2011 Provisional Academic Calander

2011-12 Academic Calendar
Type: File | Last Modified: 6/1/2011

2011-12 Presentations
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/30/2012

2011-2012 HC verification worksheet
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/30/2011

2012 December MISM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/16/2014

2012 May MISM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/8/2012

2012 PhD Handbook
Type: File | Last Modified: 5/1/2014

2012 Public Allies Pittsburgh Presentation
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/6/2012
Slides from Public Allies Pittsburgh visit to Heinz College 04dec12

2012 Social Innovation Solutions Challenge
Type: News | Release Date: 2/9/2012
The second annual Social Innovation Solutions Challenge, a competition for graduate students at Carnegie Mellon University who are interested in applying social innovations to some of the world’s biggest problems relating to basic human needs, was held last week. Organized by CMU's Institute for Social Innovation and Project Olympus, the competition featured teams of students from across the University competing for cash prizes.

2012-13 MBA - MSHCPM Dual Degree Requirements
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/31/2012

2012-13 Presentations
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/25/2013

2012-2013 Career Services Events Cal PDF
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/6/2012

2012-2013 Financial Aid Application HEINZ COLLEGE 01.19.2012
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/27/2012

2012-2013 financial aid checklist 12.07.2011
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/8/2011

2012-2013 HC verification worksheet
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/23/2012

2013 Admitted Student Checklist
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/21/2013

2013 Admitted Student Profiles
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/5/2013

2013 Fall Vis MPM-MSIT Admissions Presentation
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/17/2013
Slides from 2013 MPM-MSIT admissions presentation 16nov13

2013 Fall Visitation Agenda
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/13/2013
2013 Fall Visitation Finalized Agenda

2013 ISM Webinar
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/19/2013
2013 ISM Webinar

2013 MAM MEIM Webinar
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/19/2013
2013 MAM MEIM Webinar

2013 May MISM Graduates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/19/2013

2013 MSHCPM Webinar
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/20/2013
2013 MSHCPM Webinar

2013 MSIT Webinar
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/22/2013
2013 MSIT Webinar

2013 MSPPM Webinar
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/20/2013
2013 MSPPM Webinar

2013-14 MBA - MSHCPM Dual Degree Requirements
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/31/2012

2013-14 Presentations
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/20/2014

2013-2014 External Scholarship Search
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/11/2013

2013-2014 Financial Aid Application
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/27/2014

2013-2014 Financial Aid Application HEINZ COLLEGE 12.17.2012
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/16/2013

2013-2014 HC verification worksheet 03.12.2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/12/2013

2013-2014 Idealab Board
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/27/2013

2014 ACPE Annual Meeting & Spring Institute
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 11/17/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our Medical Management degree program

2014 ACPE Seattle Fall Institute
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 11/14/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our Medical Management degree program

2014 ACPE Seattle Fall Institute
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 11/15/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our Medical Management degree program

2014 ACPE Seattle Fall Institute
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 11/16/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our Medical Management degree program

2014 ACPE Seattle Fall Institute
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 11/17/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our Medical Management degree program

2014 ACPE Seattle Fall Institute
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 11/18/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our Medical Management degree program

2014 CIOI Course Schedule
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/5/2013
Part-time, and state-of-the-art. Carnegie Mellon's Federal CIO Certificate Program ... how IT leaders keep their edge

2014 PPIA WL-to-ADMIT Decline Form
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/19/2014
ppia admits from waitlist - decline form

2014 PPIA WL-to-ADMIT Offer Resp Form with student contract
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/19/2014
offer response form for PPIA applicants admitted from waiting list

2014 Schedule
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/2/2013

2014-2015 Financial Aid Application
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/11/2014

2014-2015 Global MISM COA
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/5/2014

2014-2015 Global MSPPM COA
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/5/2014

2014-2015 Heinz College, School of ISM COA
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/11/2014

2014-2015 Heinz College, School of PPM COA
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/11/2014

2014-2015 MSIT-MISM AUSTRALIA COA
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/11/2014

2014-2015 MSPPM AUSTRALIA COA
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/21/2014

2014-PPIA-Decline-Form
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/3/2014

2043 PPIA JSI Response Form - Contract
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/3/2014
2014 PPIA JSI admitted applicant response form and student contract to send with admission letters (and to include on PPIA Admitted Student Website

22 September Textbook
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/27/2010

90-732 Sample Syllabus
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/5/2010

94-830 Syllabus
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/25/2013

<< Back to Career Services
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/1/2012

[NEWS MAKERS] (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/15/2012
The official newsletter of Carnegie Mellon University - Australia.

A Capitol Experience
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2008
Training a new breed of public interest leaders, Carnegie Mellon's H. John Heinz III College recently launched a new version of its Master of Science in Public Policy and Management program (MSPPM) — with a second year of study in Washington, D.C.

A city is more than just buildings
Type: News | Release Date: 10/25/2009
Creativity and innovation are paramount as Carnegie Mellon Professor Laura Lee weaves a collective vision for South Australia’s built environment

A Computational Model of Internal Control Testing Plan Selection
Type: ResearchA Computational Model of Internal Control Testing Plan Selection &nbsp;

A Field Study of Internet Behavior: Usage Levels and Task Preferences
Type: ResearchA Field Study of Internet Behavior: Usage Levels and Task Preferences.

A Fragile Balance by Louis Picard and Terry Buss
Type: News | Release Date: 8/23/2009
We talk with one of the authors of a new book on US foreign aid by Heinz College Professor Terry Buss

A Genetic Algorithm for the Home-Delivered Meals Location-Routing Problem
Type: ResearchHome-delivered meals (HDM) provision is a volunteer-staffed activity for which little strategic planning is currently performed. This paper presents and evaluates a Genetic Algorithm to solve the HDM location routing problem (LRP). This planning model addresses facility location, allocation of demand to facilities, and design of delivery routes, while balancing efficiency and effectiveness considerations. We provide computational results on benchmark LRP instances. &nbsp;

A Globally Recognised University (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/24/2013
Carnegie Mellon University is an American, internationally renowned research university with campuses in Pittsburgh, Washington DC and Silicon Valley in the United States (US), Qatar in the Middle East, and Adelaide in Australia.

A Journey to South Africa: Update from an Alum
Type: News | Release Date: 6/19/2009
Kevin Fleming, a 2005 graduate of H. John Heinz III College’s Master of Public Policy and Management program, set out on a journey to Johannesburg (also known as Joburg), South Africa to establish a new nonprofit organization dedicated to aiding the country’s education system.

A Lesson in Diversity
Type: News | Release Date: 11/16/2009
Natalie Gil (MISM ’09) views her experience of coming to Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College from her home in Peru as a lesson in diversity.

A Model of Chaotic Drug Markets and Their Control
Type: ResearchDrug markets are often described informally as being chaotic, and there is a tendency to believe that control efforts can make things worse, not better, at least in some circumstances. This paper explores the idea that such statements might be literally true in a mathematical sense by considering a discrete-time model of populations of drug users and drug sellers for which initiation into either population is a function of relative numbers of both populations. The structure of the system follows that considered in an arms control context by Behrens et al. (1997). In this context, the model suggests that depending on the market parameter values, the uncontrolled system may or may not be chaotic. Static application of either treatment or enforcement applied to a system that is not initially chaotic can make it chaotic and vice versa, but even if static control would create chaos, dynamic controls can be crafted that avoid it. So called OGY controls seem to work well for this example.

A Model of Moderation: Finding Skiba Points on a Slippery Slope
Type: ResearchA simple model is considered that rewards &quot;moderation&quot; - finding the right balance between sliding down either of two &quot;slippery slopes&quot;. Optimal solutions are computed as a function of two key parameters: (1) the cost of resisting the underlying uncontrolled dynamics and (2) the discount rate. Analytical expressions are derived for bifurcation lines separating regions where it is optimal to fight to stay balanced, to give in to the attraction of the &quot;left&quot; or the &quot;right&quot;, or to decide based on one&rsquo;s initial state. The latter case includes situations both with and without so-called Dechert- Nishimura-Skiba (DNS) points defining optimal solution strategies. The model is unusual for having two DNS points in a one-state model, having a single DNS point that bifurcates into two DNS points, and for the ability to explicitly graph regions within which DNS points occur in the 2-D parameter space. The latter helps give intuition and insight concerning conditions under which these interesting points occur.

A New CED Partner: Pittsburgh Community Investment Group
Type: News | Release Date: 5/3/2013
The Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group (PCRG) recently became the newest community partner of the Center for Economic Development (CED) at Heinz College. The PCRG will join ten other institutions from the Pittsburgh region with key roles in economic, community, and technology based development. Ernie Hogan, PCRG’s Executive Director, is now the tenth Executive Fellow of the CED.

A New CED Partner: Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation
Type: News | Release Date: 3/23/2011
The Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation (PHLF) became the newest community partner of the Center for Economic Development (CED) at CMU's Heinz College. As a CED partner, PHLF will join nine other institutions from the Pittsburgh region with key roles in economic, community, and technology based development. Arthur Ziegler, PHLF’s president and co-founder, is now the tenth executive Fellow of the CED.

A Note on the Trade-off between Ecosystem Preservation and Air Quality: Evidence from Hydroelectric Licensing Rules
Type: Research&nbsp;Do environmental regulations aimed at preserving natural ecosystems really protect the environment? The answer seems to be not really. I present suggestive evidence that, while hydroelectric licensing rules conserve the wilderness and wildlife by restricting the development of hydro projects, they lead to more greenhouse gas emissions. Basically, land conservation regulations give rise to a replacement of hydropower, which is a renewable, non-emitting source of energy, with conventional fossil-fuel power, which is highly polluting. I find that, on average, each megawatt of hydropower that is not developed because of these regulations induces the same amount of carbon dioxide that a U.S. coal-fired plant would emit in producing a megawatt of electricity. Environmental regulations focusing only on the preservation of ecosystems appear to encourage electric utilities to substitute dirtier fuels for electricity generation.

A Perspective on Regional Advantage that Focuses on the Individual Experience
Type: ResearchThe dissertation examines how individuals form expectations and beliefs about opportunities available in the place they live. Opportunities are a powerful motivator for human behavior in a place. Opportunities stimulate people to engage in social activities, initiate business ventures, pursue a better education, and other relevant behavior. Yet, no research in urban or regional development has empirically explored this concept at the individual level, its drivers and underlying mechanisms. The dissertation develops a model where &ldquo;opportunity beliefs&rdquo; areshaped both by objective information about economic conditions and resources in a place (i.e.employment, wages and housing costs) and by other place-specific characteristics, ranging fromits socio-demographic structure to its natural and recreational amenities. The model is testedusing a survey on place-related attitudes and beliefs conducted by the Gallup Organization in2006. The survey provides a dataset of 28,000 individuals located in various parts of the UnitedStates. The Gallup&rsquo;s database has been integrated with actual city demographics and statisticsregarding each respondent&rsquo;s city/location using data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the American Community Survey and other sources. This unique dataset combines individual characteristicsand responses and place-specific features. Results from structural equation modeling estimation show that opportunity beliefs areshaped both by economic conditions of the place and by amenities such as restaurants, cafes, artgalleries as well as colleges and universities (collectively referred to as &ldquo;symbolic amenities&rdquo;).These factors&rsquo; effects are moderated by two important mechanisms that are: the perception ofsocial openness and of economic dynamism. Unemployment rates and other economic conditionshave a modest though significant effect on the perception of economic dynamism. Symbolicamenities instead affect both mediators, emerging as powerful &ldquo;signals&rdquo; that residents used toform ideas about the economic dynamism of a place. Finally, in the case of symbolic amenitiesthe analysis also shows a significant moderating effect by individual creativity.

A Plan Induction System for Monitoring and Interpreting Operator Interventions in Process Control Environments
Type: ResearchThis paper describes the architecture and behavior of a prototype intelligent decision support system for monitoring operations in complex process control environments. Development of the underlying model required an examination of the various influences on process outcomes, including not only the causal nature of physical processes themselves, but also the role of human interventions and the associated impact of operating procedures on human behavior. The empirical study of nuclear power plant operations used in this research indicates that procedures are an important, but not necessarily deterministic, influence on the intervening behavior of an operator. Operators will deviate from procedures when the requirements of a situation render a procedure inadequate or counterproductive. Goal- and plan-based knowledge structures were derived from physical processes, operating procedures, and human operators. These structures were incorporated into the model's knowledge base, which serves as the basis for interpretation and prediction of operator interventions in a series of emergency scenarios in simulated real-time. The eventual goal of this research is to enhance management oversight and control of complex, dynamic task environments by providing both management and operators with advice that is informed by an understanding of the constituent influences on process outcomes.

A Principal Player: Heinz Alum is One of the Youngest Principals in NYC Schools
Type: News | Release Date: 9/10/2009
Heinz College alum Chad Altman doesn't like to wait. Maybe that's why, at age 27, he became one of the youngest principals in the New York City school system.

A Prototype Decision Aid for Internal Control Testing Plan Selection
Type: ResearchThe research reported here takes a preliminary step to providing auditors with decision support for making assertion-level control risk assessments by developing a prototype decision aid that helps auditors select an optimal control testing plan designed to achieve target assertion-level control risk assessments. The aid supports the control testing plan selection decision by modeling accounting information system components based on their impacts on financial statements assertions, providing an evidence combination algorithm based on reliability theory, and identifying all optimal control testing plans. The aid was validated by comparing its testing plans to both experienced auditors and a professional benchmark. The results indicate that the aid&rsquo;s testing plans test sufficient controls to provide auditors with their desired assurance but do so by testing fewer controls than either experienced auditors or a professional benchmark. &nbsp;

A Stata Plugin for Estimating Group-Based Trajectory Models
Type: Research&nbsp;A Stata Plugin for Estimating Group-Based Trajectory Models

A Structural Perspective on Organizational Cognitions: Attributions of Power, Performance, and Attitudes
Type: ResearchA Structural Perspective on Organizational Cognitions: Attributions of Power, Performance, and Attitudes

A Tour of Wigle Whiskey with Alumnus Eric Meyer (MSPPM 2008)
Type: News | Release Date: 4/4/2012
Eric Meyer (MSPPM 2008) is the founder of Wigle Whiskey, the first distillery in Pittsburgh since prohibition. We caught up with Eric at Wigle's Strip District headquarters to talk about the distilling process and how his MSPPM degree impacts the way he manages the business.

A Typology for Network Measures for Organizations
Type: ResearchNumerous measures of organizational structure have been developed. The goal is to develop a small meaningful and predictive set. Work in this area, however, has been hampered by a lack of a standard categorization schema. Such a schema is presented herein. This schema is based on the recognition that many aspects of organizational structures can be represented as graphs. &nbsp;

A Vietnamese perspective: the transformative nature of a Carnegie Mellon University education in Australia
Type: News | Release Date: 4/16/2010
We interviewed Tuan Nguyen in the first week of classes in 2009 and then followed up his progress last week. He is a student who overcame his fears and is now excelling in his classes.

A+ Schools Board Watch
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/24/2014
Flyer about Board Watch

a.Healthy Life Expectancy
Type: Research&ldquo;Healthy Life Expectancy: Estimates and Implications for Retirement Age Policy&rdquo; (with David M. Cutler and Ellen Meara), December 2011.

a.Monte Carlo
Type: ResearchHorrace, William C., and Seth Richards-Shubik. 2011. &ldquo;A Monte Carlo Study of Ranked Efficiency Estimates from Frontier Models.&rdquo; Journal of Productivity Analysis, forthcoming (DOI: 10.1007/s11123-011-0238-y).

AAA Test Research Paper
Type: ResearchSimply testing...

aaa.Website
Type: Research(See personal website for PDFs.)

AAB Update: A Message from Heinz College's Alumni Association Board President
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/7/2014

AAB Volunteer Overview
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/30/2013

Aaron Shelmire
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Abby Turner
Type: FacultyPhD: Economics and Public Policy

Abhijit Dutt
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Abhinav Batra on Receiving the Wigmore Fund
Type: News | Release Date: 4/18/2014
Abhinav Batra is a second semester student in the Master of Information Systems Management (MISM) program at H. John Heinz III College and the 2013-2014 recipient of the Wigmore Fund.

About Career Services
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/26/2012

About Carnegie Mellon University - Australia (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/10/2012
Heinz College exists to improve the ability of public, not-for-profit and private organizations to address the most difficult challenges facing society, as well as to strengthen and exploit our cultural resources through skilled leadership and management. Our success is reflected in the contributions our more than 7,600 graduates have made to society, through their work in international, national, state and local public agencies, not-for-profit organizations, and private corporations.

About Economic Development
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/1/2013

About Heinz College
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
Heinz College was founded as the School of Urban and Public Affairs in 1968.

About IDG
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

About the Center
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/20/2013

About the Executive Director (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/19/2012

About the ISI
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

About Traffic21
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/5/2013

About Us
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/18/2014
The Heinz Health Care Club organizes professional, academic, and social activities for all enrolled students at Carnegie Mellon University who are interested in exploring opportunities in the health care industry. Members share their curiosity, experiences, and explore interests regarding issues facing health policy, hospital administration, physicians and other health professionals, managed care organizations, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and medical device corporations and the interactions with consumers and patients.

Academic
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/23/2010

Academic Advisors
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Academic Advisors
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Academic Resources
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/21/2010

Academic Support
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

academic_calendar_14_15
Type: File | Last Modified: 6/17/2014

Academic_Calendar_2013_2014
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/16/2013

Accelerated Masters Program (AMP) Financial Aid
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/30/2013

Accepting the Offer of Admission
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Accepting the Offer of Admission
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Accounts
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/28/2013

Accounts and Passwords
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Accredited Agents (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/29/2012

Accredited Agents (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/19/2012

Accredited Agents (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/29/2012

ACHE scholarship HCPM ONLY
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/30/2009

Activate your Heinz ID and Andrew ID
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/20/2012

Adam Cummings
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Adaptive Business Intelligence
Type: News | Release Date: 7/22/2010
On Tuesday 20 July Professor Zbigniew Michalewicz addressed students and faculty of Carnegie Mellon University, Heinz College Australia, on the topic ‘Adaptive Business Intelligence’.

Adaptive Organizations and Emergent Forms
Type: ResearchOver time organizations change and coordinate personnel in new ways. Such changes may be precipitated by actual or anticipated changes in personnel, the environment, technologies, legislation, or the top management team. This adaptation is constrained and not all forms of coordination are feasible. Since organizations are inherently computational entities insight is gained by examining the adaptation of organizations using intelligent artificial agents. Using ORGAHEAD, a multi-agent model of organizational behavior, a series of virtual experiments were run to examine issues of organizational adaptation. Results suggest the concurrent occurrence of experiential learning and structural learning generates within the organization the ability to learn meta-change strategies which can be either adaptive or maladaptive. Such meta-change strategies effectively lock organizations into divergent paths of behavior which produce heterogeneity of form across the population of organizations. Organizational performance and form depend on a complex of array of factors including environmental change, experiential and structural learning, and the emergence of institutionalized strategies. &nbsp;

Additional Independent Study - No Student ID
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/12/2009

Adelaide - a better community by design
Type: News | Release Date: 5/7/2009
Adelaide - a better community by design

Adelaide - international student destination of choice
Type: News | Release Date: 4/30/2009
Adelaide - international student destination of choice

Adelaide business and community leaders praise the Capstone Projects
Type: News | Release Date: 2/24/2010
Carnegie Mellon Students put classroom theory in to practice. The Capstone projects break down traditional university silo thinking as students work on local projects which benefit local communities and businesses.

Adelaide City Council CEO says Frank and Fearless Advice Best Policy
Type: News | Release Date: 7/21/2009
Convocation Speaker, Adelaide City Council CEO Peter Smith 'inspires the possible'

Adelaide Faculty (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/8/2010

Adelaide international students drive their dollars further
Type: News | Release Date: 11/17/2009
Adelaide is far cheaper for international students than Australian eastern states

Adelaide Ranked in the World’s Top 10 Cities
Type: News | Release Date: 11/8/2013
Adelaide has beaten all other capitals in Australia to be named in the top 10 cities of Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2014.

Adelaide tops as Australia’s safest city for overseas students
Type: News | Release Date: 10/25/2009
A new survey puts Adelaide first for international student safety

Adelaide – the affordable destination for overseas students
Type: News | Release Date: 9/22/2009
The good news for money conscious prospective international students is that according to The Economics Intelligence Unit figures (2009), Adelaide is the most affordable mainland city to live in Australia.

Adjunct Faculty
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/30/2012

Adjunct Faculty
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/30/2012

Adjunct Faculty Gary Kaplan Authors Book on Law and Health Information Technology
Type: News | Release Date: 2/10/2011
Gary L. Kaplan, a member of the Health Law Practice Group of Thorp Reed & Armstrong and adjunct faculty at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, has published a book he hopes will clarify some of the emerging issues relating to technology in the health sector.

Adjusting GPA to Reflect Course Difficulty
Type: ResearchThe computation of Graduate Point Average (GPA) incorrectly assumes that grades are comparable across courses and instructors. GPA overstates the performance of students who elect an &quot;easier&quot; course of study relative to those who choose a more &quot;difficult&quot; course of study. This paper proposes a method of adjusting GPA and applies it to data from one cohort of undergraduates at Carnegie Mellon University. Adjusted GPAs are more highly correlated with students&rsquo; high school Grade Point Average and with SAT scores than are the raw GPAs or GPAs adjusted using a prominent alternative method, Item Response Theory. A survey of students finds that the new methods&rsquo; estimates of relative course difficulty are consistent with students&rsquo; perceptions of relative course difficulty. &nbsp;

Adm Stu Checklist 03-17-10
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/17/2010

Administrative Services Staff
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/2/2014

Admission Requirements
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/13/2014

Admissions
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/23/2010

Admissions for Ph.D. Programs at Heinz College
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/29/2014
Our intensive doctoral program seeks students with demonstrated academic ability and those who possess a commitment to interdisciplinary research on significant public policy, management and information technology issues.

Admissions for Ph.D. Programs at Heinz College
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/9/2012
Our intensive doctoral program seeks students with demonstrated academic ability and those who possess a commitment to interdisciplinary research on significant public policy, management and information technology issues.

Admissions Requirements
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Admissions-FA-Student-Posting-28may14
Type: File | Last Modified: 5/28/2014
Admissions-FA-Student-Posting-28may14 - job description posted for students to download

Admitted Student Weekend
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/31/2014

ADS Brochure
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/15/2009

Advance Your Career
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/23/2013

Advance your career (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/15/2010

Advanced Education Program (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/14/2012
Carnegie Mellon University - Australia’s Advanced Education Program offers elite, practical and relevant professional development for executives and busy professionals.

ADVANCED EDUCATION PROGRAM
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/31/2010

Advanced Education Program Launching Soon
Type: News | Release Date: 11/23/2010
Carnegie Mellon University - Australia’s Advanced Education Program offers elite, practical and relevant professional development for executives and busy professionals.

Advanced Methods Courses
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/14/2014

Advanced Policy Topics
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/14/2014

Advancing Technology Based Development in Pittsburgh: A Practical Discussion
Type: News | Release Date: 4/19/2010
A recent panel at Heinz College featured a discussion of opportunities for leveraging technology for Pittsburgh's economic growth.

Adventure drives Mexican student way south of the border
Type: News | Release Date: 3/10/2010
Before coming to Carnegie Mellon’s Heinz College in Australia, Ana was the director of a business incubator in Arizona, bringing Mexican business ideas to the States and vice a versa. Her study and professional mission is to forge closer business ties between these two great neighbours.

Advisor Change
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/28/2009

Advisor Change - No Student ID
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/12/2009

Affiliated and Visiting Faculty
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/30/2012

Affiliated and Visiting Faculty
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/30/2012

AFP Special Events Panel
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/4/2013

Africa Based Accredited Agents (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/27/2011

After the First Payment
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/15/2012

Ageing population a force for change as Malaysian policy student builds a career for herself and others
Type: News | Release Date: 4/7/2010
Kuala Lumpur Masters student is learning skills in Australia to ensure a smooth demographic workforce transition as older public officers retire in Malaysia.

Agenda_ASW_2014
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/30/2014
Agenda for ASW 2014

Aggregation Bias
Type: Research&nbsp;Vibhanshu Abhishek, Kartik Hosanagar and Peter S. Fader.&nbsp;Aggregation Bias in Sponsored Search Data: The Curse and The Cure.&nbsp;

Air Pollution, Power Grid, and Infant Health: Evidence from the Shutdown of Nuclear Power Plants in the Tennessee Valley Authority in the 1980s
Type: Research&nbsp;When environmental regulations focus on a subset of power plants, the ultimate goal of human health protection may not be reached. Because power plants are interconnected through the electrical grid, excessive scrutiny of a group of facilities may generate more pollution out of another group, with potential deleterious effects to public health. I study the impact of the shutdown of nuclear power plants in the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), in the 1980s, on infant health outcomes. After the Three Mile Island accident in 1979, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) intensified inspections in nuclear facilities leading to shutdown of many of them, including Browns Ferry and Sequoyah in the TVA area. I first show that, in response to the shutdown, electricity generation shifted mostly to coal-fired power plants within TVA, increasing pollution in counties where they were located. Second, I find that babies born after the shutdown had lower birth weight in those counties with coal-fired power plants. Third, I provide suggestive evidence of heterogeneity in those effects depending on how much more electricity those coal-fired facilities were generating in response to the shutdown. These findings may shed light on some potential consequences of the retirement of the San Onofre Nuclear Plant in California, and the ongoing nuclear power phase out in Germany, greatly intensified after the Japanese Fukushima disaster.&nbsp;

Al Biehler Joins Heinz College as Visiting Professor of Transportation Policy
Type: News | Release Date: 8/2/2011
This fall, Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College will welcome Al Biehler as Visiting Professor of Transportation Policy. Biehler, former Transportation Secretary for the state of Pennsylvania under Governor Ed Rendell, will also assume the position of Adjunct Faculty in the university’s department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Alan Simon
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Alejandro Zentner
Type: FacultyVisiting Assistant Professor

Alessandro Acquisti
Type: FacultyAssociate Professor of Information Technology and Public Policy

Alessandro Acquisti and Why Privacy Matters
Type: News | Release Date: 10/18/2013
Heinz College's Alessandro Acquisti studies the behavioral economics of privacy (and information security) in social networks

Alessandro Acquisti on Social Network Information and Hiring Discrimination
Type: News | Release Date: 11/21/2013
A large-scale field experiment conducted by Carnegie Mellon University researchers has found evidence that sharing personal information via online social networks can lead to hiring discrimination.

Alessandro Acquisti on Technology and Privacy
Type: News | Release Date: 9/5/2013
Alessandro Acquisti conducts research on how technology impacts privacy. An associate professor of information technology and public policy at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College, Acquisti recently showed, using a smartphone, how easy it is to identify faces in the crowd — and, in some cases, get their social security numbers.

Alexa Belajac on Her First Year in the MSPPM Program
Type: News | Release Date: 4/11/2014
Alexa Belajac is a first-year student in H. John Heinz III College’s Master of Science in Public Policy and Management (MSPPM) program, a former Coro Fellow, and a recipient of scholarship support from the W. W. Cooper Scholarship.

Alexander Loewi
Type: FacultyPh.D. Student

Alfred Blumstein
Type: FacultyJ. Erik Jonsson University Professor of Urban Systems and Operations Research; Former Dean of the Heinz School

All Reviews Are Not Created Equal: The Dissagregate Impact of Reviews and Reviewers at Amazon.com
Type: ResearchOnline product review networks play an important role in Internet commerce by transmitting information that customers can use to evaluate physical products in a digitally mediated marketplace. These networks frequently include an explicit social component allowing consumers to view both how community members have rated individual product reviews and the social status of individual reviewers. Moreover, the prior literature has not analyzed the impact of these social cues on consumer behavior, focusing instead on the impact of aggregate review ratings. This work extends this prior work by analyzing how these social factors impact consumer responses to disaggregate review information. To do this, a new dataset collected from Amazon.com&rsquo;s customer reviews of books is used. This dataset allows to control for the degree to which other community members found the review helpful, and the reputation of the reviewer in the community.

Allen Biehler
Type: FacultyDistinguished Service Professor of Transportation Systems and Policy

Alter Ego
Type: News | Release Date: 5/5/2009
By day, she’s a mild-mannered division administrator for the National Endowment for the Arts. But when night falls, she spikes her hair, straps on knee pads and knocks competitors on their keisters.

Alternative Loans
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/7/2013

Alum Sumit Chowdhury On His Career After Heinz and His New Book
Type: News | Release Date: 7/1/2014
Sumit Chowdhury, a Ph.D. alumni (HNZ ’98) from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, started his career as a consultant with KPMG in 1997 and had a rapid rise to become a Partner in 5 years. He is currently a President with Reliance Jio Infocom. He joined there as the CIO of the new 4G-Broadband start-up of Reliance Industries, one of India’s largest business houses. Soon after, he moved to a business-facing role as the President of the Enterprise Business, where he currently looks after the design of the telecom and digital services that will be sold to other businesses and governments.

Alumni
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/11/2013
The heart and soul of Heinz College is our dynamic community comprised of current students, faculty, staff and alumni.

Alumni (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/19/2011
The heart and soul of Carnegie Mellon University - Australia is our dynamic community comprised of current students, faculty, staff and alumni.

Alumni
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/31/2012

Alumni Association Awards Honorees
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/6/2013
The Heinz College Alumni Association Board (AAB) is elected to four-year terms by the alumni and acts as your decision-making body.

Alumni Association Awards Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/4/2013

Alumni Association Board
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/8/2014
The Heinz College Alumni Association Board (AAB) is elected to four-year terms by the alumni and acts as your decision-making body.

Alumni Award Tips and Eligibility Requirements
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/6/2013

Alumni Awards Nomination Form
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/10/2013

Alumni Events
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/25/2013
Rekindle old friendships, create new relationships, and expand your professional network.

Alumni Profile
Type: News | Release Date: 11/17/2009
Bronte Koop, a 2008 graduate of Heinz College's Master of Science in Public Policy and Management program, comes from Adelaide, Australia and talks about the skills he has gained from the program and how this has given him a new found confidence within his role in the Australian Government.

Alumni Registration Form
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/22/2014
Form used by Heinz College alumni who are interested in taking additional courses after they have completed a degree at Heinz

Alumni Reunion 2009: Dean Ramayya Krishnan's Address
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/7/2014

Alumni Spotlight: Adam Landman, MISM 1999 & MSHCPM 2000
Type: News | Release Date: 6/3/2013
Adam Landman, a Master of Information Science Management (MISM ‘99) and a Master of Science in Health Care Policy Management (MSHCPM ’00) alumni, currently serves as the Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO) for Health Information Innovation & Integration at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, MA. We caught up with Adam to talk to him about his time at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, his current roles and responsibilities and his recent experiences serving as a medical leader in Boston.

Alumni Spotlight: Aditi Varma, MSPPM (Australia) 2010
Type: News | Release Date: 2/2/2012
Aditi Varma, a 2010 graduate of CMU Australia's MSPPM program, is an analyst at Independent Market Operator.

Alumni Spotlight: Alvaro Cedeno, MSPPM 2010
Type: News | Release Date: 9/27/2011
Alvaro Cedeno (MSPPM 2010) is Costa Rica's ambassador to Japan.

Alumni Spotlight: Amber Bielby, MAM 2001
Type: News | Release Date: 11/28/2012
Amber Bielby (MAM 2001) is the current leader of the Campaign for Milton Court at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. Amber speaks about her experience at Heinz College and with the MAM program.

Alumni Spotlight: Ben Horwitz (MSPPM, 2011)
Type: News | Release Date: 5/24/2011
Ben Horwitz (MSPPM, 2011) is an analyst at the Greater New Orleans Community Data Center

Alumni Spotlight: Beverley Wheeler, MSPPM '78
Type: News | Release Date: 8/23/2011
Beverley Wheeler is a Heinz College alumna, as well as the President of Carnegie Mellon University's Alumni Board. We caught up with her to find out how her Heinz College experience impacts her current position as President and CEO of the Center City Public Charter Schools in Washington D.C.

Alumni Spotlight: Carlson Tayong (MISM '09)
Type: News | Release Date: 3/2/2011
Carlson Tayong (MISM '09) is a computer scientist (Hardy-Afel IT Fellow) at the Social Security Administration, an independent agency of the United States federal government.

Alumni Spotlight: David Radzanowski, MSPPM '90
Type: News | Release Date: 1/5/2011
David Radzanowski is the chief of staff to NASA Administrator Charles Bolden. In a typical day, he might interface with the White House on public relations efforts, make sure a launch project is meeting its performance goals, or be the go-between for research scientists and Bolden on the subject of next year's budget.

Alumni Spotlight: Devon Rollins, MSISPM '10
Type: News | Release Date: 1/28/2011
Devon Rollins (MSISPM '10) is a Senior Informations Systems Engineer for the MITRE Corporation and the 2011 recipient of the Black Engineer of the Year GEM Student Leadership Award.

Alumni Spotlight: Dr. James Lally, MMM 2000
Type: News | Release Date: 9/15/2011
Dr. James Lally (MMM 2000) is the President and Chief Medical Officer for Prime Healthcare Services, Inc.

Alumni Spotlight: Erin Gough, MAM 2012
Type: News | Release Date: 7/9/2012
Erin Gough (MAM 2012) is manager of the Arts and Education Initiative and coordinator of the Pennsylvania Arts Education Network at the Education Policy and Leadership Center.

Alumni Spotlight: Gary Williams (MISPPM, 1997)
Type: News | Release Date: 3/8/2012
Gary Williams, a 1997 graduate of the Master of Information Systems in Public Policy and Management (MISPPM) program, is a lithography area manager for Intel Corporation

Alumni Spotlight: John Wessels, MSPPM '85
Type: News | Release Date: 2/2/2011
John Wessels is director of the National Parks Service Intermountain Region, which serves 42 million visitors annually and includes more than 10 million acres in parklands, spanning eight states from Montana to Texas.

Alumni Spotlight: Kassity Fojt, MAM 2003
Type: News | Release Date: 7/24/2012
Kassity Fojt (MAM, 2003) is the First Assistant Accountant on CBS TV's "Hawaii 5-0."

Alumni Spotlight: Kathryn Heidemann (MAM '04)
Type: News | Release Date: 2/16/2011
Kathryn Heidemann is Senior Manager of Education & Community Engagement and Director of First Night Pittsburgh for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.

Alumni Spotlight: Lesley Williamson (MAM, 2010)
Type: News | Release Date: 3/13/2012
Lesley Williamson, MAM 2010, is the Director of the Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts in Ithaca, NY.

Alumni Spotlight: Linda Sheets, MPM '91
Type: News | Release Date: 12/20/2010
Linda Sheets (MPM '91) is the Program Director for Operation Safety Net, an organization that provides essential services to Pittsburgh's homeless.

Alumni Spotlight: Mark Chambers (MSPPM '02)
Type: News | Release Date: 2/25/2011
Mark Chambers, a 2002 graduate of Heinz College's Master of Science in Public Policy and Management program, is a licensed architect and the Sustainable Development Program Manager for the Washington D.C. Department of Real Estate Services.

Alumni Spotlight: Michael Sriprasert (MSPPM, 2006)
Type: News | Release Date: 4/21/2011
Michael Sriprasert (MSPPM, 2006) is the President of Landmarks Community Capital Corporation, and Director of Real Estate Development for Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation (PHLF).

Alumni Spotlight: Pablo Larrimbe (MSIT 2010)
Type: News | Release Date: 2/28/2012
Pablo Larrimbe, a 2010 graduate of CMU Australia's MSIT program, is a Corporate Operation Engineer at Google Inc. in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Alumni Spotlight: Pattra Reakatanan, MISM 2005
Type: News | Release Date: 12/13/2011
Pattra Reakatanan (MISM, 2005) is the founder and CEO of Jubkoo, an online dating website for Thai people.

Alumni Spotlight: Rocio Nogales Muriel (MAM 2000)
Type: News | Release Date: 2/21/2012
Rocio Nogales Muriel (MAM 2000) is the founder of Eyephoneography, an online and traveling exhibition of mobile international photography.

Alumni Spotlight: Sarah Benvenuti (MAM, 2006)
Type: News | Release Date: 6/14/2011
Sarah Benvenuti (MAM, 2006) recently accepted the position of General Manager at Misnomer Dance Theater, a New York-based company that has been heralded as one of the most original and dynamic modern dance companies in the performing arts today.

Alumni Spotlight: Shan Shi (MSPPM, 2011)
Type: News | Release Date: 6/7/2012
Upon leaving her Peace Corps assignment in Turkminestan, Shan Shi (MSPPM, 2011) wasn't sure where her next move would take her. While the path was unclear, she knew she wanted to build upon the diverse experiences gained through her time with the Peace Corps and eventually secure a federal-sector position in international development. After much consideration, Shi decided that graduate school was the next step and she enrolled in the Master of Science in Public Policy and Management program at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College.

Alumni Spotlight: Simone Rede, MSPPM 2012
Type: News | Release Date: 6/26/2012
Simone Rede (MSPPM 2012) has secured one of only 11 spots for the prestigious Hatfield Resident Fellowship.

Alumni Spotlight: Zipei Tu (MPM & MSIT, 2008)
Type: News | Release Date: 3/31/2011
Zipei (Jack) Tu, a 2008 graduate of the Master of Public Management and Master of Science in Information Technology programs, is the Manager of Data Governance for KIT Solutions.

Alumni Update from Nairobi
Type: News | Release Date: 12/3/2009
Elijah Liech was flicking through the newspaper at home in Nairobi one day, when he spotted an advertisement that sent him half way around the world.

Alumni Update from the Philippines
Type: News | Release Date: 12/3/2009
When Rod Sollesta accepted a scholarship to study at the new Adelaide campus of the prestigious United States institution, Carnegie Mellon University, he also had to sacrifice his job as a program officer with AusAID in Manila.

Alumnus Contribution Supports Entrepreneurship Competition
Type: News | Release Date: 3/3/2009
A recent contribution by H. John Heinz III College alumnus Keith Block, executive vice president of Oracle's North American sales and consulting organizations, will be used by the School of Information Systems and Management to support a competition for entrepreneurial information systems projects.

Alumnus goes where no man has gone before
Type: News | Release Date: 5/7/2009
Alumnus goes where no man has gone before

Alumnus Profile: Biju Ashokan, MISM '08
Type: News | Release Date: 12/1/2010
Biju Ashokan (MISM '08) is the founder and CEO of Metroplots Pvt. Ltd.

Alumnus Profile: Cordell Carter, MSPPM '00
Type: News | Release Date: 10/29/2010
Cordell Carter (MSPPM '00) is the Director, School Support Services Division, Seattle Public Schools.

Alumnus Profile: Mark Chambers, MSPPM, 2002
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/24/2011

Alumnus Profile: Phil Burdette, MISM 2009
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/10/2010

Alumnus Profile: Sofyan Yusufi, MPM, 2003
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/11/2010

Alumnus Profile: Takahide Tsuchiya, MAM, 1996
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/17/2010

Ambassador Husain Haqqani and Heinz Journal Talk Pakistan-U.S. Relations
Type: News | Release Date: 2/23/2009
During his recent visit to Carnegie Mellon’s Heinz College, the Heinz Journal had an opportunity to sit down with Husain Haqqani, Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United States, to discuss the complex subject of Pakistan-U.S. relations, including the status of democratic reform by Pakistan’s post-military government, economic development, educational equity, and the challenge of fighting terrorism.

AMCHAM
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/31/2010

Amelia Haviland
Type: FacultyAnna Loomis McCandless Professorship of Statistics and Public Policy

Amelia Haviland Leads Study of Consumer-Directed Health Plans
Type: News | Release Date: 5/8/2012
Amelia Haviland, A.L. McCandless Associate Professor of Statistics and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, recently led a study into the benefits and risks of consumer-directed health plans.

Amelia Northrup (MAM '11) Named to National Arts Marketing Project Advisory Committee
Type: News | Release Date: 4/11/2011
Amelia Northrup, a current Master of Arts Management Student and Strategic Research and Development Assistant with the Center for Arts Management and Technology, was recently named to the National Arts Marketing Project advisory committee.

American Government 3.0
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/28/2010

American Public Health Association 2014 Expo
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 11/16/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options.

American Public Health Association 2014 Expo
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 11/17/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options.

American Public Health Association 2014 Expo
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 11/18/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options.

American Public Health Association 2014 Expo
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 11/19/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options.

Americans for the Arts
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/7/2012

AmeriCorps
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/4/2012

AmeriCorps Alum Virtual Grad School Fair
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 9/26/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

AmeriCorps Alum Virtual Grad School Fair
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 9/30/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

AMP Automatic Exemption Form
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/28/2012

AMP Checklist
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/28/2012

AMP Interview Requirement
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/5/2012

AMP MAM 2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 6/19/2013
3 page MAM AMP document

AMP MSBTM 2012
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/25/2012
3 page document for MSBTM AMPs

AMP MSHCPM 2012
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/29/2014
3 page MSHCPM AMP document

AMP MSISPM
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/18/2012
MSISPM 3 page document

AMP MSPPM 2012
Type: File | Last Modified: 6/19/2013
3 page MSPPM AMP document

AMP profiles_updated 12_2011
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/6/2011
Profiles of graduated and current 2nd year AMP students. 12-2011

AMP Student Profiles 2010
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/21/2010

AMP Students- Admission Requirements
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/5/2012

AMP-MISM
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/18/2012

AMP_HCPM_2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/2/2013

AMT Lab
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/19/2013

An Age-Structured Single-State Initiation Model -- Cycles of Drug Epidemics and Optimal Prevention Programs
Type: ResearchThis paper introduces a mode for drug initiation that extends traditional dynamic models by considering explicitely the age distribution of the users. On the basis of a 2-groups model in which the population is split into a user and a non-user group the advantage of a continuous age distribution is shown by considering more details and by yielding new results. Neglecting death rates reduces the model to a single state (1-group) descriptive model which can still simulate some of the complex behavious of drug epidemics such as repeated cycles. Further more, prevention programs, especially school-based programs can be targeted to certain age classes. So in order to discover how best to allocate resources to prevention programs over different age classes we formulate and solve optimal control models.

An Empirical Analysis of Cellular Voice and Data Services
Type: ResearchCellular telephony and associated data services has been a major social phenomena for well over a decade now. It has changed the way - in some countries more than others - in which people communicate. In many countries in Northern Europe and Asia, its penetration rates are very high and in others less so but in all cases it has engendered change at multiple levels - socially as noted and in terms of market structure and competition with the established Incumbent Local Exchange and Inter Exchange service providers. However, there has been little work published in the academic literature on user consumption of cellular voice and data services. This has been due to the unavailability of longitudinal data at the individual user level on their consumption of voice and data services. We have such data from a large cellular service provider in Asia. Demand for voice and data services is influenced by the tariffs or &quot;service plans&quot; offered by firms. In our analysis we empirically estimate the drivers for cellular services how demographic and plan characteristics affect the user choices. We first provide a theoretical model and then provide insight into consumption patterns over a one year period of cellular voice and data services and relate it to service plan design.

An Epic Tale: Heinz Alum Featured in Carnegie Mellon Today
Type: News | Release Date: 4/22/2009
To Stacey Monk, who is visiting Tanzania as part of an experiment of her own making, stories are the currency of change. And the students of Shepherds Junior need change.

An Information Visualization Approach to Classification and Assessment of Diabetes Risk in Primary Care
Type: ResearchChronic disease risk assessment is a common information processing task performed by primary care physicians. However, efficiently and effectively integrating information about many risk factors across many patients is cognitively difficult. Methods for visualizing multidimensional data may augment risk assessment by providing reduced-dimensional displays which classify patient data. This study develops a framework which combines medical evidence, statistical dimensionality reduction techniques, and information visualization to develop visual classifiers for the task of diabetes risk assessment in a population of patients. The framework is evaluated in terms of classification accuracy and medical interpretation for two case studies, prediction of type 2 diabetes onset and prediction of heart attacks in adults with type 2 diabetes.

An Integrated Approach to Developing Human Services Web Portals
Type: ResearchA major goal for Human Services Web Portals is to make as much expertise available as possible for clients and their caregivers. The expertise covers three main areas - diagnosing a client&rsquo;s problem, identifying available resources for solution, and finally, providing assistance to package these resources into a service plan that will serve as a solution for the client&rsquo;s problem. The main challenge in setting up a human services web portal lies in the nature of diversity and complexity in both the client set and the set of problems clients want to address. Therefore offering prepackaged solutions is not an option. We describe an integrated human services web portal design and provide a phased approach for implementation. Finally, we generalize our design for other domains in which external expertise is required as a component of service delivery.

An Interview with Dany Díaz Mejía, Student Speaker at Heinz College’s 2013 Commencement
Type: News | Release Date: 5/17/2013
This Saturday, May 18th, marks the 2013 Diploma Ceremony at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College. Dany Díaz Mejía, a recipient of the Master of Science in Public Policy and Management (MSPPM ’13) degree, has been selected as the student speaker for the event. Dany was chosen as speaker after winning an online poll where interested students submitted a video of themselves delivering a portion of their speech.

Analytics Club
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/8/2013

Analytics_Flyer
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/12/2011

Andre Regateiro
Type: FacultyPh.D. Student

Andre Regateiro
Type: FacultyPhD Student

Andrea Chung
Type: FacultyPhD Student

Andrea Pellandra
Type: FacultyPh.D. Student

Andreia Rafael
Type: FacultyPh.D. Student

Andrew Richman
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Andrew Swensen
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Andy Wasser
Type: FacultyAssociate Dean, School of Information Systems and Management

Annales Survey
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/14/2009

Announcing the 2009-10 Dean's Leadership Fellows
Type: News | Release Date: 11/23/2009
Twelve students from across Heinz College have been selected as Dean’s Leadership Fellows for the 2009-2010 academic year.

Announcing the 2011 Dean's Leadership Fellows
Type: News | Release Date: 1/25/2011
Twelve students from across Heinz College have been selected as Dean’s Leadership Fellows for the 2011 academic year. These fellows are outstanding student leaders representing each of the Heinz College campuses, including Adelaide, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, and Washington, D.C.

Announcing the Launch of the Heinz Negotiation Academy for Women
Type: News | Release Date: 7/12/2012
A Certificate Program under Carnegie Mellon University’s PROGRESS

Annual Security Report (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/27/2008

Annual Security Report 2008
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/27/2008

Another Look at the Relationship Between Education and Crime: Revisiting Lochner and Moretti
Type: ResearchHeinz College PhD Second Research Paper April 2009

APP FAQs for AY 2012
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/9/2012
PDF version of slides from App FAQ webinars conducted in late Fall 2011 and early 2012 for 2012 full-time apps

App Process Webinar Slides 03jan14
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/3/2014
Slides presented during full-time masters programs application process info session online on 03jan14

Application Deadlines (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/11/2012

Application Deadlines (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/11/2012

Application for Internal Transfer
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/18/2013
Form to be used by current Heinz College student when applying to transfer to another program within Heinz.

Application of Tracking Signals to Detect Time Series Pattern Changes in Crime Mapping Systems
Type: ResearchTracking signals are widely used in industry to monitor inventory and sales demand. These signals automatically and quickly detect departures in product demand, such as step jumps and outliers, from &quot;business-as-usual&quot;. This paper explores the application of tracking signals for use in crime mapping to automatically identify areas that are experiencing changes in crime patterns and thus may need police intervention.. Detecting such changes through visual examination of time series plots, while effective, creates too large a work load for crime analysts, easily on the order of 1,000 time series per month for mediumsized cities. It is demonstrated that the so-called smoothed-error-term tracking signal and carry out an exploratory validation on 10 grid cells for Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Underlying the tracking signal is an extrapolative forecast that serves as the counterfactual basis of comparison. The approach to validation is based on the assumption that we wish tracking signal behavior to match decisions made by crime analysts on identifying crime pattern changes. Tracking signals are presented in the context of crime early warning systems that provide wide area scanning for crime pattern changes and detailed drill-down maps for crime analysis. Based on preliminary results, the tracking signal is a promising tool for crime analysts.

Application Process
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/23/2012

Application Process Timeline and FAQs
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/22/2013

Application Process Webinar Slides 28nov12
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/29/2012
Presentation slides from Application Process Info webinar on 28nov12

ApplicationProcessWebinar-Final-Jan2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/2/2013
Presentation slides used during Application Process Webinar in final pre-deadline webinar on 04jan2013

Applications are open for August 2013 intake (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/30/2013
Applications are open for MSIT and MSPPM programs.

Applications Being Accepted for Heinz College Boards-by-Design Sponsorship
Type: News | Release Date: 2/24/2009
Two Heinz College students will be selected from an application process to become a Boards-by-Design “Committee Member.” These two members will go through the Boards-by-Design board matching process. The participating members will complete a Boards-by-Design application, schedule and complete an initial interview with a Boards-by-Design representative, research available nonprofit board options, and ask to be referred to the board of their choice.

Apply for US Federal Financial Aid
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/16/2013

APPLY NOW 011110
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/31/2010

Applying a Group-based Trajectories Methodology to Measures of Patient Safety
Type: ResearchApplying a Group-based Trajectories Methodology to Measures of Patient Safety

AppMaterialsFAQs-2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/16/2013
Slides answering most commonly asked questions regarding materials status for applications 2013

AppProcessShort2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/10/2013
Five slide version of FAQ webinar presentation - to link to online application for apps to reference

Architect builds on a career
Type: News | Release Date: 12/3/2008
When Christian decided to start studying a Master of Science in Information Technology in May 2006 at Carnegie Mellon University, he saw it as an investment in his professional future. However he is pleasantly surprised that the return on his investment is realizing so significantly and rapidly.

Are AFDC and SSI Substitutes?
Type: ResearchThe passage of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 for the first time placed strict limits on the amount of support families could receive from the Aid to Families with Dependent Children program (AFDC). Generally, researchers and policy makers have both assumed that any substitute support that does arise will be from non-governmental sources &ndash; women will either find work, receive support from family members, or be aided by local religious organizations or other private charities. We investigate the potential for one government program, the Social Security Insurance (SSI) program, to simply substitute for the reductions in the AFDC program. We find strong evidence that AFDC and SSI are substitutes. This suggests that at least part of the effect of welfare reform will be to shift the burden of support for poor families from one government program to another rather than from governmental to non-governmental sources. &nbsp;

Are Invisible Hands Good Hands? Moral Hazard, Competition, and the 2nd Best in Health Care Markets
Type: ResearchThe nature and normative properties of competition in health care markets have long been the subject of debate. In this paper we consider what the optimal benchmark is in the presence of moral hazard effects on consumption due to health insurance. Moral hazard is widely recognized as one of the most important distortions in health care markets. In general, economic analysis suggests that marginal-cost pricing leads to static Pareto optimal allocations. In health care markets, however, moral hazard due to health insurance leads to excess consumption, in the sense that insured individuals will consume medical services past the point where the marginal utility of an additional service is equal to its marginal cost (Arrow, 1963; Pauly, 1968). Since health insurance pays for part or all medical expenses, insured individuals face a price that is lower than the market price and consume more of the medical good than is optimal. Therefore it is not obvious that competition or marginal cost pricing is second best optimal given this distortion. The principal claim of this paper is that most of economists&rsquo; intuition regarding the welfare effects of price changes in markets not distorted by moral hazard applies quite well to markets where decision-making by consumers is distorted by moral hazard. In particular, lower prices are better for consumers than are higher prices. Furthermore, the gain to consumers from lowering price from supra-marginal cost levels to marginal costs outweighs the loss of profit to the medical industry. Finally, the usual method of computing consumer&rsquo;s surplus by integration under the demand curve is still appropriate in markets with moral hazard.

Are Medical Treatments for Individuals and Groups Like Single-Play and Multiple-Play Gambles?
Type: ResearchAre Medical Treatments for Individuals and Groups Like Single-Play and Multiple-Play Gambles?

Are You Plaid to the Bone?
Type: News | Release Date: 6/21/2013
This question applies to thousands of Carnegie Mellon alumni and students, including over 700 Heinz College alumni, like Beverley Wheeler. What about you? Are you “plaid to the bone?” It’s a mark of pride that many CMU alumni and students achieve year after year, demonstrating that they are “Plaid to the Bone.” That pride is proven when they become a Loyal Scot. Loyal Scots are alumni and students who are deeply committed to the university and stay actively engaged with the community.

Argentina Based Accredited Agent (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/27/2011

Argentinan Scholarships
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/27/2009

Ari Lightman
Type: FacultyDistinguished Service Professor, Director, CIO Institute

Arts and Entertainment
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/6/2013

Arts Management
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/23/2014
The Master of Arts Management (MAM) program at Carnegie Mellon University teaches vital management, administration and technical principles and practices for improving the efficiency and effectiveness in not-for-profit arts and cultural organizations. The MAM degree is offered through a joint partnership between the Heinz College's School of Public Policy & Management and the College of Fine Arts.

Arts Management & Technology Lab Fellows
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/11/2013

Arts Management (MAM)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/30/2013

Arts Management Alumna Honored With Her Own Day by the City of Pittsburgh
Type: News | Release Date: 2/27/2013
Darcy Kucenic, who graduated in 2000 from the Master of Arts Management program at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, was recently honored with her own day by the City of Pittsburgh. Mayor Luke Ravenstahl officially proclaimed February 7, 2013 as “Darcy Kucenic Day.”

Arts Management Night, Pittsburgh 2010
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Arts Management Students Achieve Fundraising Success with Help of Heinz Alumni
Type: News | Release Date: 3/25/2010
Four first-year Heinz College Master of Arts Management students are learning fundraising skills firsthand, while helping their fellow students, through the Alumni Outreach Committee of the Internship Opportunity Fund.

Arts/Non-Profit
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Artur Dubrawski
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Asako Moriya (Ph.D. '11) Co-Authors Paper Published by the National Bureau of Economic Research
Type: News | Release Date: 1/3/2012
Asako Moriya may have moved on from Carnegie Mellon University after earning her Ph.D. in economics and public policy at the H. John Heinz III College, but research she worked on during her time in Pittsburgh is just now beginning to receive accolades.

AshwoodPaper2
Type: Research&nbsp;Ashwood, J.S. &nbsp;Predicting Hospital safety: A Comparison of Four Models. &nbsp;Working Paper

Asia-Pacific Government Architecture Summit
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/10/2010

Assess tertiary ambitions now
Type: News | Release Date: 6/23/2009
Now is an excellent time for South Australians from all walks of life to update their skills or prepare the educational groundwork for a promotion. When the economy picks up again after the downturn, organisations need job-ready graduates.

Assessing the Economic and Social Impact of Community Gardening in Allegheny County
Type: News | Release Date: 11/8/2012
With Allegheny County Economic Development (ACED) serving as the client, a team of Heinz College students used a mix-method approach to investigate the economic and social impact of community gardening via ACED's Allegheny Grows program.

Assessment of Crime Forecasting Accuracy for Deployment of Police
Type: ResearchCrime forecasting is a new area of research, following upon the success of crime mapping for support of tactical deployment of police resources. The major question investigated in this paper is whether it is possible to accurately forecast crime one month ahead at a &ldquo;smallscale&rdquo; aggregation, i.e., at the precinct level. In a case study of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, we contrast the forecast accuracy of standard, univariate time series models with non-modeling practices commonly used by police. Included is a comparison of seasonality estimates made by precinct versus the city as a whole. As suspected for the small-scale data of this problem, average crime count by precinct and crime type is the major determinant of forecast accuracy. A fixed effects regression model of absolute percent forecast errors shows that such counts need to be on the order of 30 or more to achieve accuracy of 20 percent error or less. A second major result is that practically any model-based forecasting approach is vastly more accurate than current police practices. Thirdly, this is the first empirical paper to investigate crime seasonality at the sub-city level. Our seasonality estimates provide evidence supporting the routine activities theory of crime, but not earlier theories. &nbsp;

Assignment 2
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Assignment: Module 1
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Assignment: Module 3
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/15/2014

Assignment: Module 4
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/24/2014

Association of Fundraising Professionals
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/5/2013

ASW 2012 New Student Checklist
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/13/2012
2012 new student checklist

ASW Laptop Requirement
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/13/2012
2012 laptop and hardware requirements

ASW_ 2011 Health Services Letter
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/14/2011
Welcome letter from Health Services

ASW_agenda 4 2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/2/2013
ASW Agenda - 2013

ASW_Local Pgh Maps and Shuttle Info
Type: File | Last Modified: 5/17/2011

At the forefront of change
Type: News | Release Date: 2/25/2010
Graduate Stephen Schmid firmly believes the economic challenges that we all are facing the world over need to be met with innovative solutions – interoperable, open solutions that can be shared between Governments, industry, and with the education and community sectors.

Atlanta University Center Consortium 2014
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/2/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

August
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August 2010
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August 2010 Class Schedule
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August 2010 Class Schedule
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August 2011 Schedule_020811
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/18/2011

Austin College
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/11/2013

Australia Based Accredited Agent (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/27/2011

Australia MSIT AU One Pager
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/10/2013

Australia MSPPM AU One Pager
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/10/2013

Australia Scholarship
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/5/2009

Australian Centre for Social Innovation on the hunt for new ideas
Type: News | Release Date: 3/16/2010
Social innovation is on the move in Australia by helping people help themselves by helping them help others.

Australian Citizens Financial Aid (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/11/2010

Australian Computer Society ACS
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/6/2009

Australian Computer Society and AMCHAM
Type: News | Release Date: 2/24/2010
Networking and great membership offers for current MSPPM and MSIT Carnegie Mellon students.

Australians think locally, but will they be allowed to act?
Type: News | Release Date: 11/17/2009
Written by Molly Sims Peters-Stanley

Australia’s Trade Agenda
Type: News | Release Date: 10/28/2008
The subject on everyone’s mind is the current financial crisis and the threat of a global recession. Yet Professor Stoler, said recently at a Carnegie Mellon Convocation, that trade is an important stabilising influence on the world economy.

Auto-probit Model for Multiple Regimes of Network Effects
Type: ResearchAuto-probit Model for Multiple Regimes of Network Effects

Back to Current Students Home
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/21/2010

Back to Current Students Home
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Back to Current Students Home
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bakery square pass
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/2/2012

Balance Theory and Structural Faculitators for Planned Organizational Network Change
Type: ResearchHunter, Keith (2009) &quot;Balance Theory and Structural Facilitators for Planned Organizational Network Change,&quot; INSNA Sunbelt XXIX, San Diego, CA

Bangladesh Student's Heinz Experience 'Prolific'
Type: News | Release Date: 7/21/2009
Bangladesh student Al Mamoon learns to write with brevity and concision in MSPPM course.

Barbara Jenkins Award
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/20/2014

BBD Application 2009
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/4/2009

Bearing Point
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/16/2008

Becas-HeinzSchool-IPFE-Maestría
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/9/2009

Become a Digital Ambassador
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Become a Mentor
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/17/2014

Become an Admissions Ambassador
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/9/2012

Behaviour a crucial indicator in property valuations: report
Type: News | Release Date: 1/19/2010
New research by Carnegie Mellon postgraduate students shows that Australian property valuers’ risk ratings appear to be affected by behavioural factors such as wanting to please the customer and pressure from lenders.

Beibei Li
Type: FacultyAssistant Professor of Information Systems and Management

Benchmarking Economic Development: Regional Strategy in Silicon Valley, Austin, Seattle, Oregon and Cleveland.
Type: ResearchThis paper explores &quot;best-practice&quot; regional economic development strategies in cities and regions throughout the United States. Benchmarking case studies were performed on Silicon Valley, Austin, Seattle, Oregon, and Cleveland consisting of field research, site visits and extensive personal interviews. While some of these regional efforts are quite new, and have not advanced beyond the formative stage, together they provide a good example of the cutting-edge approaches to regional economic development.

Benefits and Costs of Electricity in pre-Clean Air Act United States (joint with Karen Clay (CMU) and Joshua Lewis (University of Montreal))
Type: ResearchChina and India are opening thermal power plants at an extremely rapid pace. Many have little or no emission controls. This is similar to the United States in the age of electrification, particularly the period from the 1930s-1960s, when transmission lines and economies of scale allowed utilities to build large generation plants outside of cities, and generation plants did nothing to limit their emissions beyond building moderately tall smokestacks. Using county-level data for 1930-1960, this paper investigates the economic gains from local electrification and the pollution costs associated with fossil fuel generation. The empirical analysis combines newly digitized data on power generation and transmission with county-level data on mortality and land values. In the baseline analysis, we relate annual changes in county-level all age and infant mortality rates to the construction of fossil-fuel power plants in a county-fixed effects framework. Local availability dictated the types of fuels used, and fuels varied in their emissions from low emission natural gas to high emission eastern bituminous coal. We employ a difference-in-differences approach to compare counties with power facilities using fossil fuels with different emission levels per megawatt hour. We also compare the net benefits of local thermal power generation to local hydropower generation and expansion of the power grid. This analysis sheds light on historical consequences of electrification in the United States, and is relevant for ongoing electrification policy in developing countries.

Bethany College Partners with Carnegie Mellon University to Create Accelerated Master’s Program
Type: News | Release Date: 5/16/2012
Officials from Bethany College and Carnegie Mellon University’s (CMU) H. John Heinz III College met May 16th to officially sign an Accelerated Master’s Program agreement that creates six new areas of graduate study for Bethany students. The program allows qualified applicants to graduate with both a bachelor’s degree from Bethany and a master’s degree from CMU in 5 years.

Better Safe than Sorry: Precautionary Reasoning and Implied Dominance in Risky Decisions
Type: ResearchIn four studies, student and nonstudent participants evaluated the possible outcomes of binary decisions involving health, safety, and environmental risks (e.g., whether to issue a dam-failure evacuation order). Many participants indicated that false positives (e.g., evacuation, but no dam failure) were better than true negatives (e.g., no evacuation and no dam failure), thereby implying that an incorrect decision was better than a correct one, and that the more protective action dominated the less protective action. A common rationale for this response pattern was the precautionary maxim &quot;Better safe than sorry&quot;. Participants apparently evaluated outcomes partly on the basis of the decisions that might lead to them, in conflict with consequentialist decision models. Consistent with this explanation, the prevalence of implied dominance decreased substantially when the emphasis on decisions was reduced. These results demonstrate that initial preferences for decision alternatives can seriously bias the evaluation of consequences in risky high-stakes decisions.

Beverley Wheeler
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Bi-Weekly Pay Schedule 2009-2010 Academic Year.pdf
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/19/2010

bi_weekly_pay_2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/12/2013

Bicycle Riding & Storage (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/20/2009

BIDA MSIM dec 13 fulltime
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/7/2014

Bifurcating DNS Thresholds in a Model of Organizational Bridge Building
Type: ResearchA simple optimal control model is introduced, where &quot;bridge building&quot; positions are rewarded. The optimal solutions can be classified in regards of the two extern parameters, (1) costs for the control staying at such an exposed position and (2) the discount rate. A complete analytical description of the bifurcation lines in parameter space is derived, which separates regions with different optimal behavior. These are resisting the influence from inner and outer forces, always fall off from the boundaries or decide based on one&rsquo;s initial state. This latter case gives rise to the emergence of so-called Dechert-Nishimura-Skiba (DNS) points describing optimal solution strategies. Furthermore the bifurcation from a single DNS point into two DNS points has been analyzed in parameter space. All these strategies have a funded interpretation within the limits of the model.

Big_Data_Security_Grad_School_Purdue_21oct13
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/1/2013
Presentation slides from workshop at Big Ten Grad Fair at Purdue on 21oct13

Bike information
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/20/2009

Bill Claycomb
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Bill Dietrich Makes Record-Breaking Gift to Carnegie Mellon University
Type: News | Release Date: 9/7/2011
Businessman, scholar, philanthropist and longtime Carnegie Mellon University trustee William S. Dietrich II has announced a plan to provide a record-breaking gift of a $265 million fund to support CMU.

Bill Gates Returning to Campus
Type: News | Release Date: 6/5/2009
Bill Gates will return to Carnegie Mellon's campus in September to dedicate the new Gates Center.

Billing & Refunds
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/4/2012

Bio Rising
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/2/2009

Biotechnology and Management
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/26/2013
From developing new food sources and researching life-saving drugs to cleaning up environmental toxins, innovative biotechnology firms are transforming the way we examine human health and the environment.

Biotechnology and Management (MSBTM)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/30/2013

Biweekly Pay Schedule 09-10 - PDF
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/19/2010

Biweekly_pay_2014
Type: File | Last Modified: 5/27/2014

Blackboard (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/22/2012

Blogging on Company Time? CMU-Led Research Shows Long-Term Organizational Benefits when Employees Blog at Work
Type: News | Release Date: 3/18/2011
As social networking becomes more popular, corporations and businesses are attempting to devise effective organizational policies that guide employees through the digital domain. Conventional corporate wisdom typically prohibits or strictly governs leisure blogging and social networking while employees are on the company clock, but recent research emerging from Carnegie Mellon University suggests that this could inhibit knowledge sharing within the company, and thus have some negative impact on productivity.

Blumstein Testifies at U.S. Senate Hearing on Combating Violent Crime
Type: News | Release Date: 10/3/2008
Alfred Blumstein, the J. Erik Jonsson University Professor of Urban Systems and Operations Research and former Dean of the Heinz School testified at the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary hearing on "New Strategies for Combating Violent Crime: Drawing Lessons from Recent Experience" on Wednesday, September 10, 2008.

Bob Moczydlowsky
Type: FacultyHead of Music, Twitter

Boliva Based Accredited Agent (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/27/2011

Bon Voyage!
Type: News | Release Date: 12/6/2010
On Friday 3 December students, faculty and staff from Carnegie Mellon University – Australia held a Farewell Party for the December 2010 graduating class.

Book Exchange
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/19/2013

Bottom Line Results
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/2/2013

Bowling Night
Type: News | Release Date: 9/17/2009
skittles fall as the students get competitive on bowling night

Brand Image and Brand Dilution in the Fashion Industry
Type: ResearchThis paper develops dynamic optimal control model of a fashion designer's challenge of maintaining brand image in the face of short-term profit opportunities through expanded sales that risk brand dilution in the longer-run. The key state variable is the brand's reputation, and the key decision is sales volume. Depending on the brand's capacity to command higher prices, one of two regimes is observed. If the price mark-ups relative to production costs are modest, then the optimal solution may simply be to exploit whatever value can be derived from the brand in the short-run and retire the brand when that capacity is fully diluted. However, if the price markups are more substantial, then an existing brand should be preserved. It may even be worth incurring short-term losses while increasing the brand's reputation, even if starting a new brand name from scratch is not optimal.

Brandi Pearce
Type: FacultyPh.D. Student

Branstetter - China's Embrace of Globalization
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/28/2014

Branstetter - Climate Change
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Branstetter - Going Soft
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/28/2014

Branstetter - Industrial Development
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/28/2014

Branstetter - Intellectual Property Rights
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/28/2014

Branstetter - Job Creation
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/28/2014

Branstetter - The Incredible Shinking Portuguese Firm
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/29/2014

Branstetter Returns to Faculty after Serving on Council of Economic Advisors
Type: News | Release Date: 7/11/2012
After serving a one-year term as Senior Economist to the Council of Economic Advisors (CEA), Lee Branstetter has returned to the full-time faculty at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College. The Council, an agency within the Executive Office of the President of the United States of America, is charged with offering objective economic advice on the formulation of both domestic and international economic policy.

Branstetter-FOW
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/19/2011

Brazil Based Accredited Agent (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/27/2011

Brenda Peyser
Type: FacultyAssociate Dean, School of Public Policy and Management

Brett Crawford
Type: FacultyAssistant Teaching Professor of Arts Management

Brian Kovak
Type: FacultyAssistant Professor of Economics and Public Policy

BrightEdge Information Session
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 9/10/2014
BrightEdge is a Big Data company pioneering the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) field using cloud-based technology. If you’re interested in accelerated career growth, working with a passionate team, and making a big impact, please come to our information session!

Brook Beshah
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Brownfield Redevelopment in the Mon Valley
Type: News | Release Date: 2/6/2014
The overarching challenge presented by Brownfield Redevelopment in the Mon Valley, a system project sponsored by the Regional Industrial Development Corporation of Southwestern Pennsylvania (RIDC) was a tough one. How do you sell an obsolete industrial site in a difficult location in a way could materially benefit low income residents still living in the neighborhood years after Steel’s collapse -- during the tail end of a nationwide economic recession?

BRT
Type: File | Last Modified: 6/28/2011

BRT
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Bruneian students get chance to study in ‘Athens of the South'
Type: News | Release Date: 4/30/2009
Bruneian students get chance to study in ‘Athens of the South'

BruneiQandA
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/30/2009

Bryan O'Connell (MEIM '13) Works on Film Selected by Vail Film Festival
Type: News | Release Date: 2/8/2012
Bryan O’Connell (MEIM 2013) was delighted to hear that the short film RolePlay, on which he worked as an Editor last year has been officially selected to the Vail Film Festival.

Building Relationships Around Tasks: Psychological Contracts in Faculty-Doctoral Student Collaborations
Type: ResearchPsychological contracts theory is applied to the study of faculty-doctoral student collaborations. Through a survey of 170 doctoral students, four types of psychological contracts are investigated. The quality of collaboration and frequency of meetings are found to differ significantly across these contract types. In addition, quality of collaboration and meeting frequency varied significantly across collaborations using different research methods (e.g, laboratory work, theory building) and disciplinary paradigms (i.e., high and low consensus). A comparison sample of 46 faculty from the same departments supported several trends observed in the doctoral student data. &nbsp;

Bus Transportation to Washington DC
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/3/2014
CMU provides charter bus transportation to and from annual networking events.

Business Intelligence & Data Analytics (BIDA)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/25/2013
Online, part-time, and state-of-the-art. Carnegie Mellon's Master of Information Systems Management - a degree that employers value as much as you.

Business Intelligence & Data Analytics Careers
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012

Business Intelligence & Data Analytics Faculty
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/14/2013
The Master of Information Systems Management (MISM) degree with a Business Intelligence and Data Analytics (BIDA) concentration is developing an elite set of graduates cross trained in business process analysis and skills in predictive modeling, GIS mapping, analytical reporting, segmentation analysis, and data visualization.

Business SA Flyer
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/15/2009

BusinessIntelligence.pdf
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/21/2011

Buss Elected Fellow of the US National Academy of Public Administration
Type: News | Release Date: 11/16/2012
Carnegie Mellon University - Australia is proud to announce the election of Terry F. Buss, PhD, Executive Director and Distinguished Professor of Public Policy, to the Fellowship of the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) in the United States.

Buying Books
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Buying Books
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

ByeongJo Kim
Type: FacultyPh.D. Student

BYU Alumni Scholarship Fund
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/22/2013

C-Squared: Collaborate and Connect
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Calender f10
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/21/2010

Call for Papers
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/6/2011

Campus Computing
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Campus Map
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Can a Spatial Decision Support System Improve Low-Income Service Delivery? Analysis of Tools and Requirements for a Computer-Assisted Mobility Counseling System
Type: ResearchAssisted housing counseling can enable clients to choose affordable housing in opportunity-rich communities. However, the quality of such services may vary widely. In this paper a framework is presented for developing a spatial decision support system (SDSS) for housing mobility counseling and present evidence regarding the capacity of assisted housing clients to make productive use of such a SDSS. It can be concluded that there are significant opportunities for, and social returns to, research on information technology-enabled housing and neighborhood choice.

Can Housing Mobility Programs Make a Long-Term Impact on the Lives of Poor Families and the Health of Middle-Class Communities: A Policy Simulation
Type: ResearchHousing mobility programs enable families living in high-poverty neighborhoods to relocate to lower- poverty neighborhoods using tenant-based subsidies. Recent research indicates that these programs improve participant outcomes on a number of economic and social outcomes. This paper applies policy simulation to a stylized representation of a housing mobility program to give a sense of scale and proportion for what a &quot;full scale&quot; mobility program might entail. Results indicate that this system model reaches steady-state fairly quickly, that rates of concentrated poverty decrease more quickly than those for system-wide poverty, consistent with the notion of a housing mobility program as primarily a tool for poverty deconcentration. Destination communities absorb a substantial number of mobility in- movers without suffering substantial adverse demographic impacts, indicating that the &quot;carrying capacity&quot; of these communities may sufficient to support large-scale mobility initiatives. Middle-class flight per mobility family is moderately high and almost independent of housing mobility program intensity; selected sprawl-related social costs are relatively small. Sensitivity analyses show that the model behaves in predictable ways in response to changes to structural parameters. A &quot;worst-case&quot; scenario of parameter values still generates modest poverty reductions with moderate levels of poverty in destination communities but very high rates of middle-class &quot;flight&quot;. &nbsp;

Candi Castleberry-Singleton
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Capital and Creative Destruction: Venture Capital, Technological Change, and Economic Development
Type: ResearchCapital and Creative Destruction: Venture Capital, Technological Change, and Economic Development

Capitol View: A Heinz College DC Student's Perspective on Consumer Privacy
Type: News | Release Date: 11/15/2011
Have you ever noticed an Internet pop-up ad for your favorite brand of shoe? Have you ever received a coupon for your regular cereal at the supermarket check-out? And would you be able to write a list of all of the web sites that you’ve ever browsed, ordered from, or clicked into? Similar questions formed in my mind during today’s Congressional hearing on Capitol Hill, Understanding Consumer Attitudes About Privacy. Policymakers and stakeholders have become increasingly concerned about the storage and use of data collected online. In response, the House Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade Subcommittee called for a hearing to examine current consumer knowledge of and opinions on privacy and related controls.

Capstone Poster Fair
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 12/4/2014
No Description

Capstone Poster Fair
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 4/30/2015
No Description

Capstone Project Engagement Form
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/7/2011

Capstone Projects (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/21/2010

Capstone Projects (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/3/2012

Career Advising by Contract (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/12/2010

Career Advising Contract for Students
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/1/2012
Our mission is to offer you the resources you need to manage and pursue your job search.

Career Connections in Economic Development at Heinz College
Type: News | Release Date: 3/22/2011
Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College recently hosted an afternoon of events for alumni and students entitled "Career Connections in Economic Development." Held at Hamburg Hall, the day's events were highlighted by an alumni panel discussion and a social hour.

Career Connections in Economic Development at Heinz College
Type: News | Release Date: 4/10/2012
Carnegie Mellon University recently hosted the second annual “Career Connections in Economic Development” at Heinz College. Held at Hamburg Hall, the day’s events were highlighted by a Heinz alumni panel discussion and a social hour.

Career Connections Itinerary
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/14/2010

Career Library Book List - updated 2010
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/27/2010

Career Literacy Portal
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/2/2009

Career Portfolio Questions
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/22/2008

Career Services (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/1/2010

Career Services
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/31/2012

Career Services for Alumni
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/30/2014
Our mission is to provide top tier services to students, alumni, and employers.

Career Services Recruitment Calendar
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/9/2011
Calendar for recruiters to see the best dates for visiting campus.

Career Services Recruitment Calendar
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/9/2011

Careers
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/4/2013
MAM graduates are employed in a variety of decision-making, working in every functional area found in arts and cultural organizations and related agencies that shape and influence the arts community.

Careers
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Careers in Biotech
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/9/2012

Careers in Biotechnology Management
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/4/2013

Careers in Information Systems Management
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/4/2013
Carnegie Mellon, a National Center of Excellence in Information Assurance, offers a Masters in Information Security Management that's a cut above.

Careers in Information Technology
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/2/2014
Carnegie Mellon, a National Center of Excellence in Information Assurance, offers a Masters in Information Security Management that's a cut above.

Carnegie Mellon Alumna and Heinz College Adjunct Faculty Paula Wagner Produces 22nd Annual PGA Awards
Type: News | Release Date: 1/26/2011
Each January the Hollywood awards season kicks off with much fanfare. Beginning with the Golden Globes and progressing through to the Academy Awards, Hollywood elite assemble regularly to celebrate the best work being made in the entertainment industry. This past weekend the awards season moved into full swing with the 22nd Annual Producers Guild awards, co-chaired and produced by Carnegie Mellon University alumna and Heinz College adjunct faculty Paula Wagner.

Carnegie Mellon and the Pittsburgh G-20 Summit
Type: News | Release Date: 8/12/2009
Public Policy Research

Carnegie Mellon Architecture Professor new Adelaide Thinker in Residence
Type: News | Release Date: 3/18/2009
Thinker in Residence

Carnegie Mellon Australia seeking best Latin American students
Type: News | Release Date: 2/17/2009
Carnegie Mellon Australia is targeting prospective students in Latin America for its highly ranked Masters programs in IT and Public Policy and Management.

Carnegie Mellon Australia seeking best Latin American students
Type: News | Release Date: 3/18/2009
Carnegie Mellon Australia seeking best Latin American students

Carnegie Mellon Australia student set on international career
Type: News | Release Date: 2/17/2009
Megan Boundey has come a long way since being the first Telstra Media Communications and Technology Scholarship recipient at Carnegie Mellon Australia back in 2008.

Carnegie Mellon Business School Faculty Working With City To Optimize Metered Street Parking Near Oakland Campus
Type: News | Release Date: 2/7/2013
Two faculty members at CMU’s Tepper School of Business are working with the City of Pittsburgh to optimize the street parking in the area by instituting a rate schedule that fluctuates each month based on usage. Initially, the hourly rate will drop from $2 to $1 on Margaret Morrison Street and portions of Schenley Drive adjacent to Carnegie Mellon. The rate will remain unchanged on Frew Street and Tech Street.

Carnegie Mellon Computing Services
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Carnegie Mellon Computing Services
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/14/2012

Carnegie Mellon Dedicates New H. John Heinz III College
Type: News | Release Date: 11/6/2008
It is with great pleasure that we announce the roll-out of the H. John Heinz III College.

Carnegie Mellon Develops iPhone App That Predicts When Bus Will Arrive
Type: News | Release Date: 7/27/2011
Everybody who waits at a bus stop wants to know one thing: Where’s the bus? Thanks to Tiramisu, a new iPhone application developed at Carnegie Mellon University, transit riders in Pittsburgh will soon be able to get the answer by using crowdsourcing to share arrival times with each other.

Carnegie Mellon Director Tim Zak meets the press
Type: News | Release Date: 11/12/2008
The Executive Director of Carnegie Mellon University Australia told 5AA’s Amanda Blair and 150,000 South Australians that the university played an important social and economic role in the state.

Carnegie Mellon drives smart transportation research
Type: News | Release Date: 8/6/2010
SmartPlanet reported last week on the creation of an incubator at Carnegie Mellon University. The main thrust of that piece was IBM’s planned support of the facility, which is dedicated to research and development for technology to help smart cities. But I got to wondering about the broader focus of the facility, which is actually part of the much larger Pennsylvania Smarter Infrastructure Incubator. Matt Sanfilippo, who will act as the executive director of the lab when it opens in fall 2010, says the facility was launched in June along with founding partner Bombardier, the global transportation technology company. It is big into jets and railway transportation (think those monorail-type people movers that are popping up at airports).

Carnegie Mellon Filipino policy student updates audit and finance skills to avoid next GFC
Type: News | Release Date: 4/7/2010
Carnegie Mellon Masters Philippine student Marie Antoniette Arenas says financial organizations should invest in human capital training to avoid another Global Financial Crisis (GFC).

Carnegie Mellon Heinz College Australia on YouTube
Type: News | Release Date: 2/24/2010
Visit the Heinz College YouTube page and view our students and alumni talking about their study and experiences in Australia.

Carnegie Mellon Launches Initiative for Digital Entertainment Analytics
Type: News | Release Date: 10/31/2012
Carnegie Mellon University announced today the creation of the Initiative for Digital Entertainment Analytics (IDEA), which will conduct research into timely public policy and managerial questions raised by the emergence of digital distribution channels for entertainment content.

Carnegie Mellon Launches Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation
Type: News | Release Date: 9/20/2012
Carnegie Mellon University launched the Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation today, a major research and education initiative focused on improving energy efficiency and developing new, clean, affordable and sustainable energy sources.

Carnegie Mellon Names New Dean to Lead Heinz College
Type: News | Release Date: 6/25/2009
Carnegie Mellon University has named Ramayya Krishnan dean of its H. John Heinz III College, effective July 1.

Carnegie Mellon Names Professor Terry Buss Director of Heinz College Australia
Type: News | Release Date: 5/5/2010
Carnegie Mellon University has appointed a new Executive Director, Professor Terry Buss to take over the Australian Heinz College campus while former Executive Director Mr Tim Zak returns to a teaching position in Pittsburgh.

Carnegie Mellon Ranked Top 20 in the World
Type: News | Release Date: 10/11/2010
Carnegie Mellon University has been ranked the Top 20 institution in the world by The World University Rankings 2010.

Carnegie Mellon represents South Australia at the SIFE Semi Finals
Type: News | Release Date: 7/15/2010
Carnegie Mellon has become the only South Australian University to reach the Championship Semi Finals at the SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) 2010 National Conference.

Carnegie Mellon Selects Ninth President
Type: News | Release Date: 2/5/2013
Carnegie Mellon University has selected Dr. Subra Suresh as its new president, succeeding Dr. Jared L. Cohon, who led the university to unprecedented growth during his 16-year tenure. Dr. Cohon will step down June 30, 2013.

Carnegie Mellon Spinoff Tiramisu Transit Receives Funding To Commercialize Transit App
Type: News | Release Date: 6/18/2012
Tiramisu Transit LLC, a Carnegie Mellon University spinoff, has received Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I funding from the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) to commercialize Tiramisu, the smartphone application that enables transit riders to create real-time information about bus schedules and seating.

Carnegie Mellon students advise Government House Adelaide.
Type: News | Release Date: 4/30/2009
Carnegie Mellon students advise Government House Adelaide.

Carnegie Mellon students and staff get on their bikes for an excellent cause
Type: News | Release Date: 2/24/2010
Charity is the big winner as staff and students sweat it out on the Tour Down Under cycle race on a hot January day.

Carnegie Mellon Students Meet the Governor
Type: News | Release Date: 10/27/2010
On Friday 15 October, 20 students from Carnegie Mellon University – Australia attended the 2010 Governor’s Farewell Party for International Students.

Carnegie Mellon students research shows electric vehicles are the future in South Australia
Type: News | Release Date: 5/10/2010
A research project produced by former Carnegie Mellon Master of Science in Public Policy and Management student Alina Dini predicts Adelaide streets will soon be humming to the sound of electric cars.

Carnegie Mellon students take over Cabinet in mock exercise
Type: News | Release Date: 11/10/2009
South Australian public policy students make a grab for power – but just for one day

Carnegie Mellon student’s adventure of the heart and mind
Type: News | Release Date: 3/18/2009
Carnegie Mellon student’s adventure of the heart and mind

Carnegie Mellon student’s good strategy
Type: News | Release Date: 11/24/2008
Clare Mockler examined all of the study options before joining the first intake of Carnegie Mellon University students in May 2006.

Carnegie Mellon student’s paper published in major Pakistan newspaper
Type: News | Release Date: 4/29/2010
Aadil Mansoor, an international student on Adelaide campus hits the headlines in Pakistan.

Carnegie Mellon student’s paper published in major Pakistan newspaper
Type: News | Release Date: 5/10/2010
Aadil Mansoor, an international student at the Adelaide campus, hits the headlines in Pakistan with his article on population and productivity trends.

Carnegie Mellon Transportation Club
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/25/2014

Carnegie Mellon Tuition Payment Plan
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/4/2012

Carnegie Mellon University and the Future of Transportation
Type: News | Release Date: 12/9/2013
The science of getting safely from point A to point B continues to be revolutionized at Carnegie Mellon University.

Carnegie Mellon University Australia: Apply Now (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/17/2013
Apply now and join the ranks among the best of the best in the world of information technology and public policy.

Carnegie Mellon University Launches CISO Executive Certification
Type: News | Release Date: 6/29/2012
Carnegie Mellon University’s (CMU) Heinz College, in partnership with the CERT Program of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI), today announced the launch of an education and certification program for information security executives. The Chief Information Security Officer Executive (CISO-Executive) Education and Certification Program welcomes its’ first batch of student in September at the SEI office in Arlington, Va.

Carnegie Mellon University Researchers Celebrate 2011 Data Privacy Day With Panel Discussion and Poster Fair
Type: News | Release Date: 1/27/2011
As social networks continue to grow and new datasets such as real-time location and financial habits are linked to users’ persistent online identities, there is much concern among both platform users and scholars regarding privacy and confidentiality in the online space. Recently, in celebration of Data Privacy Day, more than 200 students, professors and curious community members crowded into an auditorium at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College to hear a panel discussion featuring some of the university’s most prominent privacy researchers.

Carnegie Mellon University to sponsor best academic paper
Type: News | Release Date: 12/3/2008
Carnegie-Mellon is sponsoring an award of $500 for the best paper presented at SymposiaSA at the National Wine Centre on 19th February.

Carnegie Mellon University's 'smart parking' moves ahead (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
Type: News | Release Date: 1/25/2010
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are developing what they call "smart parking" technology, slated for trials in spring in San Francisco, which would determine which spaces are open and tell drivers via cell phones, Web sites or electronic message boards where to go.

Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College Partners with Singapore Management University to Create the Living Analytics Research Center
Type: News | Release Date: 3/7/2011
Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) has teamed with the School of Information Systems at Singapore Management University (SMU) to establish the Living Analytics Research Center (LARC).

Carnegie Mellon's G-20 Forum
Type: News | Release Date: 10/14/2009
Heinz College faculty members Lee Branstetter, Jendayi Frazer and Robert Wilburn recently participated in a panel session on the Pittsburgh G20 Summit.

Carnegie Mellon's G-20 Forum: An Expert Preview of the Pittsburgh Summit
Type: News | Release Date: 9/17/2009
Watch the full video of a recent G20 panel featuring Heinz College faculty members Lee Branstetter, Jendayi Frazer and Robert Wilburn.

Carnegie Mellon's Global Entrepreneurship Week, Nov. 16-20, 2009
Type: News | Release Date: 11/13/2009
Global Entrepreneurship Week was held Nov 16-22, 2009, at Carnegie Mellon with six great events of interest to future entrepreneurs in technology, social innovation, and policy. Events included an elevator pitch competition, and panels with Heinz’s own Jerr Boschee and DeepLocal’s Nathan Martin. All events were open to undergraduate, graduate, and PhD students from across campus. This event was co-sponsored by the Institute for Social Innovation at the Heinz College.

Carnegie Mellon's Jendayi Frazer To Brief Congress on the Security Situation in Democratic Republic of the Congo
Type: News | Release Date: 12/19/2012
Carnegie Mellon University's Jendayi Frazer will join Oscar winner Ben Affleck, founder of the Eastern Congo Initiative, and others at a briefing before the House Armed Services Committee on Wednesday, Dec. 19 at 10 a.m. The panelists will update the committee on the evolving security situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and the implications for U.S. National Security. The briefing will take place at the Rayburn House Office Building Room 2118 in Washington, D.C.

Carnegie Mellon's Jendayi Frazer, Actor Ben Affleck and Others Brief Congress on the Security Situation in Democratic Republic of the Congo
Type: News | Release Date: 1/18/2013
Carnegie Mellon University's Jendayi Frazer joined Oscar winner Ben Affleck, founder of the Eastern Congo Initiative, and others at a briefing before the House Armed Services Committee this past December.

Carnegie Mellon’s Heinz College Partners with Life:WIRE to Improve Chronic Disease Management
Type: News | Release Date: 9/14/2009
Life:WIRE Corporation and researchers at H. John Heinz III College’s iLab are teaming up to improve health outcomes for patients suffering from life altering diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and asthma.

Carnegie Mellon’s Jendayi Frazer To Discuss Upcoming Kenya Election at Brookings Institution
Type: News | Release Date: 2/14/2013
Carnegie Mellon University’s Jendayi Frazer will participate in a panel discussion on the upcoming presidential election in Kenya from 1 – 2:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 20 at the Brookings Institution. The panel, titled "Kenya Decides: The 2013 Presidential Election," will be moderated by Voice of America’s Vincent Makori. Additional panelists include Mwangi Kimenyi, director of Brookings Africa Growth Initiative, and Karuti Kanyinga from the University of Nairobi.

CarnegieMellonOnlineApplication2012Updates
Type: File | Last Modified: 5/31/2012
reference document for applicants who will login to continue existing application after annual updates 2012

Catherine Carle (MSHCPM '13) on Her Time at Heinz College
Type: News | Release Date: 1/20/2014
Catherine Carle is a 2013 graduate of the Master of Science in Health Care Policy and Management program at Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College.

CC invite revised
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/5/2011
Career Connections invite (revised)

CED Faculty & Staff
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/6/2013

CED Fellows
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/16/2014

CED Fellows and Faculty Featured in NPR Series “Changing Gears”
Type: News | Release Date: 1/11/2011
In both its “Reinventing Our Cities” and “Reinventing Pittsburgh” features, the NPR program Changing Gears consulted several faculty and Fellows of Heinz College's Center for Economic Development (CED) in chronicling Pittsburgh’s renaissance.

CED Fellows and Faculty Welcome Delegation from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to Pittsburgh
Type: News | Release Date: 7/5/2011
The Center for Economic Development recently welcomed a delegation of fourteen practitioners and policy makers in economic and community development from the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland to Heinz College. The visit was part of a tour Pittsburgh sponsored by the U.S. State Department and coordinated by the Irish Institute at Boston College.

CED Hosts Talk on Shale Gas Extraction
Type: News | Release Date: 5/27/2014
Last fall the Center for Economic Development at Heinz College welcomed Dr. Jill Kriesky of the Environmental Health Project of Southwestern Pennsylvania for a talk entitled “Shale Gas Extraction: Booms, Busts, & Public Health Concerns.”

CED Incubator Policy Guidelines
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/2/2009

CED News & Events
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/20/2014

CED Partners
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/28/2014

CED Partners With the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia
Type: News | Release Date: 5/30/2013
The Economy League of Greater Philadelphia recently became the newest partner of the Center for Economic Development (CED) at Heinz College. The Economy League joins eleven other institutions from the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia regions with key roles in economic, community, and technology development in the Keystone State who have partnered with the Center. Steve Wray, the Economy League’s Executive Director, is now the eleventh Executive Fellow of the CED.

CED Publications & Projects
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/14/2014

CED welcomes distinguished alumni back to campus for Creative Urbanism Panel Discussion
Type: News | Release Date: 10/27/2011
Heinz College’s Center for Economic Development recently welcomed three distinguished alumni back to Hamburg Hall for the Creative Urbanism Alumni Panel Discussion.

ced_brochure_2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/31/2013

CED’s Spring Practitioners Edge Series Wraps Up
Type: News | Release Date: 5/1/2013
The Center for Economic Development’s Practitioner’s Edge series wrapped up after delivering four well received workshops and seminars this spring.

Celebración - Grand College Fair
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 11/15/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

Celebrating Our Global Community
Type: News | Release Date: 3/29/2011
On Friday 25 March the Carnegie Mellon University – Australia (CMUA) Student Social Committee held their first event for 2011 – International Student Night.

Center for Arts Management & Technology Represents Heinz College at National Arts Marketing Project Conference
Type: News | Release Date: 11/19/2010
Americans for the Arts hosted the National Arts Marketing Project annual conference from November 12th -15th in San Jose, California. The Center for Arts Management and Technology (CAMT) was on hand learn, as well as share their expertise.

Center for Economic Development
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/2/2013
Our students now have new and exciting learning opportunities in policy and practice via CED’s ten Executive Fellows, all top leaders for some of the most influential and innovative institutions involved in economic, community, and technology development in the region.

Center for Economic Development
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/8/2013

Center for Economic Development Partners with IEDC
Type: News | Release Date: 9/1/2010
The International Economic Development Council (IEDC) is a longstanding membership-driven association of professional practitioners in economic development from across the United States. In the summer of 2010, the Center for Economic Development at Heinz College forged a partnership with the IEDC to create new learning opportunities for students.

Center for International Policy and Innovation
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Center for Native American Youth at The Aspen Institute
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/26/2012

Center for the Future of Work
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/5/2013

Center for the Future of Work
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/28/2010

Center for the Future of Work
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/21/2013

Centimark
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/16/2008

Central America
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/21/2013

Centre Food
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/2/2009

Certificate Programs
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/28/2014
Our non-degree, high quality programs are designed to meet your continuing education and professional development needs if you're already in the workforce.

CFW Test Bed Final Presentation - April 2011
Type: File | Last Modified: 5/2/2011

Challenges and opportunities ahead for volunteers
Type: News | Release Date: 10/25/2009
At the August Convocation, Peter Heyworth talked to students and staff about the current and future policy directions of volunteering in Australia

CHAMP Requirements Checklist-12
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/28/2012

CHAMP.MAM 2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 6/19/2013

CHAMP.MISM 2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/24/2012

CHAMP.MSPPM 2012
Type: File | Last Modified: 6/19/2013

Change, Consolidation, and Competition in Health Care Markets
Type: ResearchThe health care industry is being transformed. Large firms are merging and acquiring other firms. Alliances and contractual relations between players in this market are shifting rapidly. Within the next few years, many markets are predicted to be dominated by a few large firms. Antitrust enforcement authorities like the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission, as well as courts and legislators at both the federal and state levels, are struggling with the implications of these changes for the nature and consequences of competition in health care markets. This paper summarizes the nature of the changes in the structure of the health care industry. This paper focus on the markets for health insurance, hospital services, and physician services. Potential implications of the restructuring of the health care industry for competition, efficiency, and public policy is discussed. As will become apparent, this area offers a number of intriguing questions for inquisitive researchers.

Change-of-Advisor-Petition
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/21/2008

ChangePro in ODI
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 9/27/2014, 11/22/2014
No Description

Changmi Jung
Type: FacultyPh.D. Candidate

Charge to the Graduates
Type: News | Release Date: 8/24/2010
Carnegie Mellon University - Australia's Executive Director and Distinguished Professor Terry Buss presents a Charge to the Graduates at the August 2010 Diploma and Awards Ceremony.

Charles B. Rangel Graduate Fellowship Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/2/2013

Chatham AMP Presentation - Nov 2011
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/30/2011

Cheating and Plagiarism Agreement
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/27/2010
Cheating and Plagiarism Agreement

Chief Executive of Pittsburgh’s Public Transportation System Talks with Heinz Students
Type: News | Release Date: 9/11/2012
Steve Bland, the CEO of Port Authority of Allegheny County (PAAC), which oversees passenger rail and bus service in Pittsburgh, delivered a talk at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College to a packed room of students on September 6th on the current challenges and opportunities facing the region’s public transit system.

Chile Based Accredited Agent (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/27/2011

Chile Scholarships
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/27/2009

China's Embrace of Globalization
Type: ResearchAs China has become an increasingly important part of the global trading system over the past two decades, interest in the country and its international economic policies has increased among international economists who are not China specialists. This paper represents an attempt to provide the international economics community with a succinct summary of the major steps in the evolution of Chinese policy toward international trade and foreign direct investment and their consequences since the late 1970s. In doing so, we draw upon and update a number of more comprehensive book-length treatments of the subject. It is our hope that this paper will prove to be a useful resource for the growing numbers of international economists who are exploring China-related issues, either in the classroom or in their own research.

china_pol_econ
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/14/2009

Chinese student lands top job in tight local market
Type: News | Release Date: 10/28/2009
Sandy Tan, a recent graduate of the Masters of Science in Public Policy and Management, says course diversity, hard work and strong presentation skills helped her get a job in Adelaide

Ching-hua Chen-ritzo
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/11/2012

Choctaw Nation
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/5/2013

Choosing Among Fuels and Technologies for Cleaning Up the Air
Type: ResearchChoosing Among Fuels and Technologies for Cleaning Up the Air

CHP Sickle Cell Database Download Registration Form
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Chris Brussalis
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Chris Eich
Type: FacultyProduct Strategy Manager, Disney-ABC Television Group Capstone Advisor

Chris Labash
Type: FacultyAssistant Teaching Professor

Christopher Kowalsky
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Christopher Spera
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

CIO - MSIT program costs - May 2010
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/29/2010

CIO Institute - Register Now
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/19/2014

CIO Institute Curriculum
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/13/2014
Part-time, and state-of-the-art. Carnegie Mellon's Federal CIO Certificate Program ... how IT leaders keep their edge

CIO Institute Expands Offerings in Nation's Capital
Type: News | Release Date: 2/7/2012
Carnegie Mellon University’s Chief Information Officer (CIO) Institute is known for delivering innovative, federally-authorized education designed specifically for business-technology executives. As IT shifts from functional and reactive to strategic and proactive, the right training plays an increasingly important role.

CIOI - 2013 Brochure
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/11/2013

CIOI - Enterprise 2.0
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/12/2013

CIOI - Enterprise Architecture
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/12/2013

CIOI - Information Assurance
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/12/2013

CIOI - IT Acquisition & Program Management
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/12/2013

CIOI - IT Management
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/12/2013

CIOI - Leadership
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/12/2013

CIOI - Process & Performance Management
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/12/2013

CIOI - Request Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/2/2012

CIOI - Strategy & Communication
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/12/2013

CIOI Program Costs
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/18/2014
Carnegie Mellon's CIO Executive Education certificate programs, based in Arlington, VA, integrate strategy and management with technical expertise.

CIOI Registration Process
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/10/2013
Carnegie Mellon's CIO Executive Education certificate programs, based in Arlington, VA, integrate strategy and management with technical expertise.

CIOI_Brochure_021414
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/13/2014

CIPI and Heinz College to screen award-winning film "Sweet Dreams" in Washington D.C.
Type: News | Release Date: 3/18/2014
The Center for International Policy & Innovation (CIPI) and Heinz College Washington DC are pleased to present a special screening of the film Sweet Dreams in commemoration of Women's History Month.

Ciprian Domnisoru
Type: FacultyPh.D. Student

CISO - Register Now
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/5/2012

CISO - Request Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/29/2012

CISO 2013 Brochure
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/30/2013

CISO 4-pager
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/26/2013

CISO Curriculum
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/4/2013

CISO Executive Education and Certification Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/17/2014
The new CISO Executive Training Program emphasizes strategic cyber security management through an independent concentration centered on leading edge research by Carnegie Mellon.

CISO Program Costs
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/18/2014

CISO Registration Process
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/17/2014

CISO_Fall_2014
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/13/2014

CISO_Spring_2014
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/21/2013

City Year
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

City Year Corps Partnership
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/7/2014

Claire Mockler - Graduation Speech
Type: News | Release Date: 1/20/2009
Graduation Speech

Claire Shubik-Richards
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Class Schedule August 2009(F09)-Draft
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/12/2009

Class Schedule F12 060812
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/7/2012

Class Schedule F12 310812
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/30/2012

Class Schedule F13 250313
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Class Schedule M13
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Class Schedule M13 220313
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Class Schedule May 2011_07072011
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/7/2011

Class Schedule S12
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Class Schedule S13 090113
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Class Schedule S13 220213
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Class Schedule S13 310113
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/10/2013

Class Schedules (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/24/2013

Class-Schedule-August-2008
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Class-Schedule-August-2009(F09)-Draft
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Class-Schedule-January-S08-V8
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Class-Schedule-May-2008
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Claude Setodji
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

ClickParty - Where innovations meets party hats and red cordial
Type: News | Release Date: 8/23/2009
ClickParty is an online ordering site that brings together buying cakes, booking entertainment and organising the products on one e-commerce website.

Clinical Reminder System: A Relational Database Application for Evidence-Based Medicine Practice
Type: ResearchEvidence-based medicine is the distillation of a large volume of medical research and standards into treatment protocols for diseases and preventive care procedures that represent the most accurate knowledge available. In this project, we implement evidence-based medicine principles via a decision support system that provides suggested actions for physicians based on individual patient characteristics and established treatment protocols. Such a reminder system may enable physicians to make better-quality decisions, and may enable patients more consistently follow medical recommendations. This papers presents a prototype DSS, called Clinical Reminder System, that combines a relational database, a knowledge base consisting of algorithms that implement disease treatment protocols, integration with hospital legacy systems and a web-based interface allowing for physician management of patient data and suggested medical responses. This application has been in use within a clinical setting since 2001. Formal evaluation and assessment of patient outcomes associated with use of this system is currently being performed by Carnegie Mellon University and The Western Pennsylvania Hospital. &nbsp;

Closing The Wage Gap Across the Social Spectrum
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2008
Wage gaps have been well documented in the U.S. work force. White men, on average, earn more than other demographic groups.

CLP
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Clubs & Organizations
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/31/2012

Cluster Policies
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Cluster Software
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Clustered Graph Randomization: Network Exposure to Multiple Universes
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/14/2013

Clutter Community
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/2/2009

CM AMP Info Session
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/1/2012

CMU Alum Serves as Head of Grow Pittsburgh
Type: News | Release Date: 10/12/2012
Julie Butcher Pezzino (HNZ'09) grew up in a farming community. Now she's growing responsible farmers in the city of Pittsburgh. As executive director of Grow Pittsburgh, the Carnegie Mellon University alumna is committed to demonstrating, teaching and promoting responsible urban food production in the region.

CMU and Heinz College Host Innovation in Health Care Technology Conference
Type: News | Release Date: 5/8/2013
Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College was took part in hosting the Innovation in Health Care Technology Conference this past April. The conference explored the role of innovation in health care technology in achieving an improved health care system.

CMU and the Advent of Autonomous Vehicles
Type: News | Release Date: 1/30/2013
CMU and PennDOT will be looking at innovating ways to regulate autonomous vehicles and studying the potential impact the will have on policy decisions.

CMU and the Future of Self-Driving Cars
Type: News | Release Date: 1/15/2013
As self-driving car research and technology-based safety systems become more and more viable, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are at the forefront of the next revolution in transportation.

CMU and The Sprout Fund - Ten Years and Growing
Type: News | Release Date: 3/6/2012
When Matt Hannigan (HNZ, 2002) and Cathy Lewis Long (CMU, 1991) started The Sprout Fund ten years ago, they set out with a vision to create a lasting positive impact on the City of Pittsburgh. A decade later, The Sprout Fund continues to support innovative ideas that are catalyzing change—making the Pittsburgh community a better place to live, work, play, and raise a family.

CMU at Sundance Film Festival: More Than Just Films
Type: News | Release Date: 2/4/2014
Students from the Master of Entertainment Industry Management program went to the Sundance Film Festival in January as part of the curriculum related to their second year of study in Los Angeles. This marks the eighth consecutive year that Carnegie Mellon has had a presence at the festival and the seventh year that CMU has been an Institute Sponsor of the Festival.

CMU August Graduates leap to the future
Type: News | Release Date: 8/25/2009
August 2009 Graduands prove they have the right stuff as they graduate with Mahatma Gandhi’s words ringing in their ears

CMU Australia Staff
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/22/2012

CMU Employees
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/13/2013

CMU Fact Sheet.All Campus
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/29/2014
Information that covers all of CMU

CMU Heinz College Graduation Ceremony
Type: News | Release Date: 1/21/2009
Keynote speech by Alan Noble, Engineering Director, Google Australia and New Zealand

CMU Presents Innovation in Health Care Technology Conference
Type: News | Release Date: 3/7/2012
Increasing health care costs and demand for health care services resulting from an aging and ailing population has made health care unaffordable and has undermined US businesses’ competitiveness in the global economy. Recently enacted health reforms aim to increase access to health care, decrease costs, and improve the quality of care. Innovation in health care technology—ranging from the implementation and use of HIT to the development of new medical devices—will change business models, improve efficiencies, and prove critical to the advancement of low cost, high quality health care. This conference will explore the role of innovation in health care technology in achieving an improved health care system.

CMU Product Management Club
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/21/2013

CMU Project Could Help Drivers Find Parking Spots (WPXI)
Type: News | Release Date: 1/25/2010
New technology could help you find a place to park faster.

CMU Receives $10 Million from The Heinz Endowments for Heinz College Expansion & Renovations
Type: News | Release Date: 12/12/2013
Weeks after announcing plans to establish a new academic hub, Carnegie Mellon University will further transform its Pittsburgh campus through a gift from The Heinz Endowments.

CMU Releases Android Version of Smartphone App That Tells You When Bus Will Arrive
Type: News | Release Date: 11/29/2011
Tiramisu Users Already Have Logged 10,000 Transit Trips in Allegheny County

CMU Staff Council
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/22/2013

CMU Startup, NEON, Moves to Sillicon Valley to Work With MEIM Students
Type: News | Release Date: 11/26/2012
Neon, the Carnegie Mellon University startup that uses cognitive neuroscience to improve online video clicks, now has a footprint from coast to coast in the United States to further take advantage of opportunities to grow business and to work with students in Carnegie Mellon's Master of Entertainment Industry Management program in Los Angeles.

CMU Students Develop Tech Solutions For Improving English Literacy in Uruguay
Type: News | Release Date: 8/5/2011
Seven students from Carnegie Mellon University’s campuses in Pittsburgh, Pa., and Doha, Qatar, are working with government education officials in Montevideo, Uruguay, this summer to develop new technological tools for teaching English in Uruguay high schools.

CMU Students go Laser Skirmishing
Type: News | Release Date: 11/17/2009
CMU students put their strategic and tactical management skills in to action on the ‘battlefield’

CMU students hit the streets at the annual Moon Lantern Festival
Type: News | Release Date: 10/25/2009
CMU International students take part in multicultural celebrations in Adelaide

CMU student’s book to help Indonesians get a job online
Type: News | Release Date: 4/7/2010
Indonesian student author’s new book will put online job hunters in the know. The Masters of Information and Technology student is passionate about risk management. He is writing a second book on Internet security.

CMU to Host the Innovation in Health Care Technology Conference
Type: News | Release Date: 3/15/2013
As a leader in innovative technology & research, Carnegie Mellon University is proud to host the Innovation in Health Care Technology Conference. Organized by Master's students of Heinz and Tepper, the goal of this conference is to explore the role of innovative technologies in the improvement of the health care system as well as prepare students for careers within the industry.

CMU's CityScan Powers Rodent Prevention and Crime Prediction in Chicago
Type: News | Release Date: 12/26/2013
Funded by the Bloomberg Mayor's Challenge, Carnegie Mellon University and the City of Chicago's Department of Innovation and Technology (DoIT) are currently collaborating to build the "Chicago SmartData Platform", an open-source predictive analytics platform that will help city leaders make smarter, faster decisions in real-time to help address and prevent problems before they develop.

CMU's Master of Entertainment Industry Management Degree
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/7/2014

CMU-Heinz-MSIT-MPM-Webinar-Slides-30jul13
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/31/2013
Presentation slides from part-time programs webinar (MSIT and MPM) on 30-July-2013

CMU’s Heinz College to Offer Scholarships to Point Park University Graduates
Type: News | Release Date: 1/31/2014
Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, in partnership with Point Park University, is pleased to announce the addition of Point Park to its esteemed group of Regional Education Partners.

Coaches
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/2/2013

Cognizant Launches Center for Future of Work at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College
Type: News | Release Date: 10/28/2010
Cognizant, a leading provider of consulting, technology, and business process outsourcing services, and Carnegie Mellon University today announced the launch of the Center for the Future of Work, an interdisciplinary research center that has been established at Carnegie Mellon's H. John Heinz III College.

Cold Canvassing (Australia Campus)
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Colfuturo
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Collaborative/Accelerated Programs
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/4/2013
Maybe you're the type of student who already has proven academic abilities and solid leadership skills.

College of Fine Arts Fellows
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/11/2013

Colloquium Agenda
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/28/2009

Colombia Based Accredited Agent (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/27/2011

Colombia News
Type: News | Release Date: 5/17/2009
Colombia News

Colombian student on a mission to help the poor
Type: News | Release Date: 4/7/2010
Carnegie Mellon University student on the Adelaide campus is learning the latest in public policy techniques and applications to help poor people in Bogotá.

Combating Climate Change
Type: News | Release Date: 9/13/2011
On Friday 9 September, Project Manager for Environmental Economics and Policies at the European Environment Agency in Copenhagen, Dr Stefan Speck, gave a Torrens Lecture Series presentation entitled ‘Carbon tax and emissions trading: an EU perspective’ to students, staff and faculty from Carnegie Mellon University – Australia and University College London in Adelaide, South Australia.

Coming Together: Heinz Alumni Reunion Weekend 2009
Type: News | Release Date: 8/28/2009
Reunion Weekend celebrates alumni leadership across policy, technology and management sectors and their innovation in tackling national and international issues.

Commencement 2014
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/8/2014

Commencement Re-cap and Photo Slideshow
Type: News | Release Date: 5/26/2011
On Saturday, May 14, 2011, more than 350 Heinz College graduates were awarded diplomas and five graduates received doctoral degrees at the college’s annual Commencement ceremony. This ceremony marked an important milestone for the college, as it was the first time graduates from both schools (School of Information Systems and Management and the School of Public Policy and Management) shared one commencement event. The unified event highlighted the collective success of our students and the collaborative environment that is cultivated at Heinz College.

Common Coursework
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Community Design & Public Health
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2008
Obesity is a challenge front of mind for many in the United States. Kristen Kurland, a H. John Heinz II College faculty member and expert in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), believes that thoughtful community design can offer some solutions.

Comparative Study of Cross Sectional Methods for Time Series with Structural Changes
Type: ResearchComparative Study of Cross Sectional Methods for Time Series with Structural Changes

Competition Among Hospitals
Type: ResearchCompetition Among Hospitals &nbsp;

Competition Between Internet Search Engines
Type: ResearchThis paper develops a model of vertical differentiation in the Internet search engine market. A key property of the model is that users who try out one engine may be dissatisfied with the results, and consult another engine in the same session. This residual demand allows lower quality engines to survive in the equilibrium. We consider a two-period game between an incumbent and an entrant who enters in the second period. Since users prefer to try out a higher quality engine first, the demand for an engine is discontinuous in quality, depending on whether the engine has high or low quality. We take into account brand loyalty for the incumbent. The interaction of brand loyalty and a cost advantage for the entrant determines which engine has higher quality in equilibrium.

Complete Federal Loan Process
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Completion of Incomplete
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/28/2009

Compulsory Schooling and the Family
Type: Research&nbsp;Compulsory Schooling, the Family, and the &quot;Foreign Element,&quot; Evidence from the United States, 1880-1900. &nbsp;2nd Heinz College Paper

Computer Clusters
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Computer Pesticide
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2008
Computer worms and viruses. They attack indiscriminately, maliciously, and without warning. What makes them especially threatening is our growing international reliance on technology and expanded use of very similar software

Computer Technology, Human Labor, and Long-Run Economic Growth
Type: ResearchOver the coming century, computer technology is likely to become capable of reproducing many of the skills now performed by human labor. This paper describes three models of the aggregate economic changes that occur when capital becomes capable of performing human work skills. The basic model, with a single sector and homogeneous labor, projects output growth rates over the next few decades that are substantially above historical growth rates in industrialized countries, assuming plausible increases in computer skill. The projected output growth is accompanied by structural changes reflecting the reduced role of labor, with wage growth lagging output growth and the labor share of output decreasing. Resource limits do not substantially affect the levels of output and wage growth in the near future. The 2-type model, with fixed skill differences between different workers, produces similar growth in output and average wages over the next several decades. However, the worker skill differences produce large increases in wage inequality between types of workers. The 2-sector model, with different skill requirements for different economic sectors, also produces similar growth in output and wages over the next several decades. For the three models, asymptotic growth in output and wages is substantially reduced by resource limits, worker skill differences, and sector skill differences, even though those constraints do not substantially reduce growth over the next few decades. The models produce patterns of change in the labor share and capital-output ratio that are consistent with broad trends in economic data. &nbsp;

Computing - Cluster Policy
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Computing - Cluster Software
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Computing - Network File Services
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Computing - Network Printing
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Computing - Software
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Computing 101-DistanceMSIT
Type: File | Last Modified: 5/9/2011
Computing 101 document from MSIT Office for Distance MSITs

Computing Services
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/15/2013

Computing Services (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/1/2009

Computing Services
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/21/2010

Computing Services Staff Directory
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/9/2013

Conditional Enrollment Information
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Conditional Enrollment Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/8/2012

Conference & Research Funding
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/9/2014

Conference Funding Request Form.v2
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/28/2009

Confidential?
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2008
Each year, the U.S. government collects vast amounts of our personal data. Where we live. Where we work. How old we are. How much we pay in taxes.

Congratulations to Heinz College's 2010 Graduating Class
Type: News | Release Date: 5/20/2010
Congratulations to the 2010 graduating class of Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College!

Congressional Hunger Center Fellowship Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Connect
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/2/2013

Connect with Fellow Alumni
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/24/2013

Connect with Fellow Alumni (Australia Campus)
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Connect with Students & Alumni
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Connecting People and Jobs
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Connecting People and Jobs
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/2/2009

Connecting with Hue University
Type: News | Release Date: 10/3/2011
On Thursday 22 September, Carnegie Mellon University – Australia’s (CMU-A) Executive Director and Distinguished Professor of Public Policy, Terry Buss, met with the President of Hue University, Associate Professor Dr Nguyễn Văn Toàn, in Vietnam.

Consent to release student information
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Consolidation, Insurance Coverage & Tort Reform in Health Care Markets
Type: ResearchContaining health care expenditures and extending health insurance coverage have been the most important health care policy issues in the U.S. Health care expenditures surpassed $2.3 trillion in 2008, more than three times the $714 billion spent in 1990 (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (2010)), while more than one in five adults under age 65 (22%) was uninsured in 2009 (Kaiser Family Foundation (2010)). This dissertation investigates three topics related to either or both of these issues. In the rst chapter1, we analyze how market concentration in health care market affects the price of hospital services, which is an important factor that determines health care expenditures. In the second chapter, I propose a preliminary framework that enables us to explore which policy option extends coverage without imposing too much costs. The third chapter analyzes the effects of state tort reform, which has been considered as an effective mean to contain health care expenditures. The first chapter analyzes the relationship between insurer and hospital market concentration and the prices of hospital services. There has been substantial consolidation among health insurers and hospitals recently, raising questions about the effects of this consolidation on the exercise of market power. We use a national U.S. dataset containing transaction prices for health care services for over eleven million privately insured Americans. Using three years of panel data, we estimate how insurer and hospital market concentration is related to hospital prices, while controlling for unobserved market effects. We find that increases in insurance market concentration are significantly associated with decreases in hospital prices, while increases in hospital concentration are non-significantly associated with increases in prices. A hypothetical merger between two of five equally-sized insurers is estimated to decrease hospital prices by 6.7%. The second chapter employs a simulation approach to develop a model of health insurance coverage and to analyze the effects of the policies to extend health insurance coverage. The model is a microeconomic model of individual decision making with regard to health insurance coverage, health-care consumption, and insurer determination of premiums. I cal- ibrate the parameters of the model by simulated method of moments (SMM), using data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) in 2003. Introduction of a health insurance voucher in the individual health insurance markets is found to reduce the uninsured rate from 20.4% to 16.4%, whereas introducing the voucher in all health insurance markets reduces the rate to 9.2%. The change in social welfare is almost negligible under the former policy, whereas social welfare decreases by 5.9% under the latter. Mandating CDHP-type high-deductible plans decreases the rate of the uninsured to 13.2%, and social welfare in- creases by 21.4%. This study proposes a preliminary framework for the evaluation of policies for the uninsured. The third chapter analyzes the effects of one of tort reforms, caps on non-economic dam- ages, on the utilization and health outcomes among mothers and premature newborns, using hospital discharge data from year 2001 to 2007. Preliminary findings are as follows. Implementation of caps on non-economic damages is associated with 2:8% decrease in length of stay and 11:5% decrease in the usage of mechanical ventilation among premature newborns, and the caps are associated with 0:6 1:2% decrease in length of stay among mothers. There is no significant association between the implementation of the cap and the mortality of pre- mature newborns. By analyzing the effects of caps on the usage of specific procedures, this chapter contributes to the understanding of how physicians practice \defensive medicine&quot; in obstetric and neonatal care.

Constantine Cois
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Consulting and Finance
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Consumer Decision-making at an Internet Shopbot: Brand Still Matters
Type: ResearchOver the coming century, computer technology is likely to become capable of reproducing many of the skills now performed by human labor. This paper describes three models of the aggregate economic changes that occur when capital becomes capable of performing human work skills. The basic model, with a single sector and homogeneous labor, projects output growth rates over the next few decades that are substantially above historical growth rates in industrialized countries, assuming plausible increases in computer skill. The projected output growth is accompanied by structural changes reflecting the reduced role of labor, with wage growth lagging output growth and the labor share of output decreasing. Resource limits do not substantially affect the levels of output and wage growth in the near future. The 2-type model, with fixed skill differences between different workers, produces similar growth in output and average wages over the next several decades. However, the worker skill differences produce large increases in wage inequality between types of workers. The 2-sector model, with different skill requirements for different economic sectors, also produces similar growth in output and wages over the next several decades. For the three models, asymptotic growth in output and wages is substantially reduced by resource limits, worker skill differences, and sector skill differences, even though those constraints do not substantially reduce growth over the next few decades. The models produce patterns of change in the labor share and capital-output ratio that are consistent with broad trends in economic data. &nbsp;

Consumer Surplus in the Digital Economy: Estimating the Value of Increased Product Variety
Type: ResearchThis paper presents a framework and empirical estimates that quantify the economic impact of increased product variety made available through electronic markets. Recent research has focused on the effect of increased competition on Internet market efficiency. While these efficiency gains significantly enhance consumer welfare, for instance by leading to lower average selling prices, our present research shows that increased product variety made available through electronic markets can be a significantly larger source of consumer welfare gains. One reason for increased product variety on the Internet is the ability of online retailers to stock, display, and sell a large number of products. There may also be large welfare gains in other SKU-intensive consumer goods such as music, movies, consumer electronics, and computer software and hardware.

Contact Admissions (Australia Campus)
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Contact Admissions
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Contact Traffic21
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Contact Us (Australia Campus)
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Contact Us (Australia Campus)
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Content Recommendation on Web Portals
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Contract-for-Completion-of-Incomplete
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Control Paper
Type: ResearchBrandimarte, L., Acquisti, A. and Loewenstein, G. (2012). Misplaced Confidences: Privacy and the Control Paradox. Social Psychological and Personality Science (in press).

Convergys White Paper
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/16/2008

Converting Pirates without Cannibalizing Purchasers: The Impact of Digital Distribution on Physical Sales and Internet Piracy
Type: ResearchWith the rise of Napster, BitTorrent, and other tools facilitating Internet piracy, rights holders have understandably become very concerned with the development of strategies to mitigate the impact of piracy on sales. These tools fall into three general categories: litigation, countermeasures, and competition. The literature has addressed the effectiveness of the first two anti-piracy strategies. In this paper we address the third strategy using NBC&rsquo;s decision to remove its content from Apple&rsquo;s iTunes store in December 2007 as a natural shock to the legitimate supply of digital content. To address this question we collect two large datasets from Mininova and Amazon.com documenting the levels of piracy and DVD sales for both NBC and other major networks&rsquo; content around this event. We then analyze this data in a difference-in-difference model and find that NBC&rsquo;s decision to remove its content from iTunes is causally associated with a 19.99% increase in the demand for NBC's pirated content. This is roughly equivalent to an increase of 92,612 downloads a day for NBC&rsquo;s content. Moreover, we see no change in demand for NBC&rsquo;s DVD content associated with this change.

Convocation (Australia Campus)
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Convocation Policy (Australia Campus)
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Convocation Policy
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/18/2009

Convocation with Professor Stuart Evans
Type: News | Release Date: 8/3/2011
On Tuesday 26 July Distinguished Service Professor at Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley, Stuart Evans, hosted Convocation for students, faculty and staff from Carnegie Mellon University – Australia.

Convocation: challenges and opportunities ahead for volunteers
Type: News | Release Date: 9/17/2009
At the August Convocation, Peter Heyworth talked to students and staff about the current and future policy directions of volunteering in Australia

COO at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Speaks at Heinz College
Type: News | Release Date: 1/29/2014
David Chavern, executive vice president and chief operating officer at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, spoke with students at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz II College after giving a talk on the state of manufacturing in America.

Copyright (Australia Campus)
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Coro Fellows
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/2/2012

Coro Selection Day
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/10/2014

Coro-Public-Allies-Heinz-Overview-2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/7/2013
Presentation slides from Heinz College overview presented to Coro Fellows and Executive Allies (Public Allies) on Pittsburgh Visit Day 04-nov-13

Corporate & Foundation Support
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/17/2013

Corporate Restructuring and R&D: A Panel Data Analysis for the Chemical Industry
Type: ResearchThis paper contributes a novel approach to the existing literature on the effects of restructuring on R&amp;D investment by focussing on a single industry, chemicals. The chemical industry is very research intensive and has experienced thorough restructuring since the early 1980s. By focussing on a single industry we are able to identify the technological and R&amp;D features of its segments. This is important, since there is evidence that restructuring affects R&amp;D differently in businesses with different technological features. However, no study so far has provided a systematic inquiry into this link. Using a panel of 535 European, American, and Japanese firms for the years 1987-1997 we find restructuring to be an important component in the observed changes in R&amp;D intensity. This paper shows that restructuring affects R&amp;D both through changes in size and through changes in the composition of business portfolios, and that these effects differ across industry segments. &nbsp;

Corporation & Foundation Support
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
Funding from corporations and foundations supports valuable work being done at Heinz College.

Correlates of Homicide: New Space/Time Interaction Tests for Spatiotemporal Point Processes
Type: ResearchStatistical inference on spatiotemporal data often proceeds by focusing on the temporal aspect of the data, ignoring space, or the spatial aspect, ignoring time. In this paper, we explicitly focus on the interaction between space&nbsp;and time. Using a geocoded, time-stamped dataset from Chicago of almost 9 millions calls to 911 between 2007 and 2010, we ask whether any of these call types are associated with shootings or homicides. Standard correlation&nbsp;techniques do not produce meaningful results in the spatiotemporal setting because of two confounds: purely spatial effects (i.e. &quot;bad&quot; neighborhoods) and purely temporal effects (i.e. more crimes in the summer) could introduce&nbsp;spurious correlations. To address this issue, a handful of statistical tests for space-time interaction have been proposed, which explicitly control for separable spatial and temporal dependencies. Yet these classical tests each have&nbsp;limitations. We propose a new test for space-time interaction, using a Mercer kernel-based statistic for measuring the distance between probability distributions. We compare our new test to existing tests on simulated and real&nbsp;data, where it performs comparably to or better than the classical tests. For the application we consider, we find a number of interesting and significant space-time interactions between 911 call types and shootings/homicides.

Cosponsorship in the U.S. Senate: A Multilevel Approach to Detecting the Subtle Influence of Social Relational Factors on Legislative Behavior
Type: ResearchCosponsorship in the U.S. Senate: A Multilevel Approach to Detecting the Subtle Influence of Social Relational Factors on Legislative Behavior &nbsp;

Cost-Benefit Analyses of Investments to Control Illicit Substance Abuse and Addiction
Type: ResearchThis paper gives an overview of what is known concerning illicit drug control interventions&rsquo; &ldquo;return on investment&rdquo; performance from a social planner&rsquo;s perspective. It is organized by broad type of intervention (supply control, prevention, treatment, harm reduction, and integration across intervention types). The discussion is primarily US-centric, with somewhat greater reliance on international literature vis a vis harm reduction.

Costs (Australia Campus)
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Costs (Australia Campus)
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Costs & Financial Aid
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Costs & Financial Aid (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/17/2011
Carnegie Mellon University - Australia strives to make a graduate education accessible to talented students through numerous fellowship and scholarship opportunities.

Costs & Financial Aid (Australia Campus)
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Carnegie Mellon University - Australia strives to make a graduate education accessible to talented students through numerous fellowship and scholarship opportunities.

Costs & Financial Aid
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Costs and Financial Aid
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Councilwoman Natalia Rudiak Speaks at Heinz College
Type: News | Release Date: 5/1/2014
Natalia Rudiak, a Master of Public Policy Management alumna (MSPPM ’06) from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, spoke to a group of students last week on her experience at Heinz and how it led her to a successful career as a Councilwoman for District 4 in the City of Pittsburgh.

Counterterror and Counterdrug policies: Comparisons and Contrasts
Type: ResearchCounterterror and Counterdrug policies: Comparisons and Contrasts

Course Catalog
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Published to production 10/20/2009

Course Catalog
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Course Catalog (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/4/2010
Published to production 11/4/2010

Course Descriptions and Registration
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Course Descriptions and Registration
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Course Evaluations
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Course Exemption
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Course Exemption - No Student ID
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Course Exemption Information
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We encourage students to apply for exemption of a required course if they've already acquired most of the skills taught in that course outside of the particular program of study.

Course Exemption Petition
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Course Information
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Online, part-time, and state-of-the-art. Carnegie Mellon's Master of Information Systems Management - a degree that employers value as much as you.

Course Information
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Part-time, and state-of-the-art. Carnegie Mellon's Federal CIO Certificate Program ... how IT leaders keep their edge

Course Information
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Course Recommendations
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Course Requirements
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/19/2013
The MEIM Program is designed to be completed in two years as a full-time student.

Course Schedules
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Heinz College course schedules are available from the HUB.

Course-Exemption-Petition
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Courses in Social Innovation
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Create Your Own Job Mail (Australia Campus)
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Credential Verification
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Credentials Verification Process
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Credentials Verification Process
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Crime and Imprisonment
Type: News | Release Date: 3/21/2011
On Monday 21 March Professor Daniel Nagin presented a FUTURESPEAK Leadership Speaker Series titled ‘Imprisonment and Crime: Can both be Reduced?’ at Carnegie Mellon University – Australia.

CrimeDetection
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CrimeForcasting
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Cues and Heuristics on Capitol Hill: Network-Based Shortcuts in Legislative Decision Making
Type: ResearchCues and Heuristics on Capitol Hill: Network-Based Shortcuts in Legislative Decision Making

Current Dean's Circle Members
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Current Students: Academic Resources
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Our mission is to provide top tier services to students, alumni, and employers.

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Curriculum
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Curriculum by Track
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CV
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CVS Pharmacy White Paper
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/16/2008

Cyber Cops
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2008
Although new technology continues to make life easier, it also offers new opportunities for tech-savvy criminals to wreak havoc with little more than a personal computer.

Cycles of Violence: A Dynamic Control Model
Type: ResearchThis paper introduce and analyze a simple model of cycle of violence in which oscillations are generated when surges in lethal violence shrink the pool of active violent offenders. Models with such endogenously induced variation may help explain why historically observed trends in violence are generally not well correlated with exogenous forcing functions, such as changes in the state of the economy. The analysis includes finding the optimal dynamic trajectory of incarceration and violence prevention inteverventions. Those trajectories yield some surprising results, including situations in which myopic decision makers will invest more in prevention than will far-sighted decision makers. &nbsp;

CyLab
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Cyrus_Quotas
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Daegon Cho
Type: FacultyPhD Student

Dan Martin
Type: FacultyDean, College of Fine Arts Faculty Chair, Master of Arts Management & Master of Entertainment Industry Management

Dan Nagin Named a Fellow of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
Type: News | Release Date: 1/30/2014
Carnegie Mellon University's Daniel S. Nagin was recently recognized for his efforts to improve society through research and influence over public policy.

Dan Pellegrini Looks Back on the IHT Conference
Type: News | Release Date: 3/19/2014
This past February marked the 3rd annual Innovation in Healthcare Technology Conference. Hosted by the Biopharma Club a joint masters’ organization of healthcare students from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College and the Tepper School of Business, the IHT conference brought healthcare experts and professionals, as well as current CMU students, alumni, and faculty together to look at the ways technology is altering the landscape of the healthcare industry.

Dan Rosen
Type: FacultyPast Head of Research, Warner Bros. Studios Currently an entertainment research consultant

Dancing with the CFO
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2008
A formidable group gathered around the conference table--the CFO of a Fortune 500 company, top members of consulting firm McKinsey and Company, and Madhu Pawar. Although Pawar was a junior member of the McKinsey staff, she was on the fast track for advancement.

Dancing with the Heinz College Stars 2011
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Daniel Green
Type: FacultyDirector, Master of Entertainment Industry Management Program

Daniel Nagin
Type: FacultyTeresa and H. John Heinz III University Professor of Public Policy and Statistics

Daniel Nagin wins the 2014 Stockholm Prize in Criminology
Type: News | Release Date: 10/30/2013
Carnegie Mellon University's Daniel S. Nagin has been awarded the 2014 Stockholm Prize in Criminology for his work in helping to reshape the use of prison and community corrections based on evidence of what works — and what doesn't.

Daniel Nagin’s Research Highlighted at AAPSS Fellowship Ceremony
Type: News | Release Date: 5/9/2014
Daniel Nagin, Associate Dean of Faculty and Professor of Public Policy and Statistics at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, has been elected as a Fellow by the American Academy of Political and Social Science (AAPSS). Nagin was elected along with six other scholars as 2014 fellows, including U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), at the Newseum in Washington DC this past May 8th.

Daniel Neill
Type: FacultyAssociate Professor of Information Systems

Daniel W. Yohannes to Give 2012 Commencement Keynote
Type: News | Release Date: 5/3/2012
On Saturday, May 19th, Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College will host the 2012 Commencement ceremony celebrating the graduation of more than 300 students. The ceremony will be held at 2:00 PM at the Carnegie Music Hall of Oakland and a reception will follow in the music hall's foyer.

Data Analytics at Heinz College
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David Boyd
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

David Burke
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

David Choi
Type: FacultyAssistant Professor of Statistics and Information Systems

David Dausey
Type: FacultyDistinguished Service Professor

David Gurwin
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

David Krackhardt
Type: FacultyProfessor of Organizations and Public Policy

David Lassman
Type: FacultyDistinguished Service Professor

David Lavin
Type: FacultyVice President of Business Affairs at CBS Television Studios, Inc.

David Lingren Fellowship for Social Innovation
Type: News | Release Date: 2/20/2009
The David Lingren Fellowship for Social Innovation will provide support to one Heinz College student during the 2009-2010 academic year.

David Palmer
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

David Pankratz
Type: FacultyAdjunct Instructor

David Ross
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

David Steier
Type: FacultyDirector, Deloitte Analytics for Deloitte Consulting LLP’s U.S. Human Capital Practice

Dawn Cappelli
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

DC Alumni are the IOF Champions for a Second Year!
Type: News | Release Date: 5/25/2011
Heinz College alumni in DC again this year are the winners of the Network Nights IOF Challenge between Pittsburgh and DC.

DC is the City of Internship Opportunity Fund Champions
Type: News | Release Date: 5/5/2010
The results are in, and the winner of the DC/Pittsburgh Network Nights IOF Challenge is the District of Columbia.

DC News & Events
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DC Program Admissions F09
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DC Reception Invite
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DC/LA Immersion Experiences
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Deadline to Add/Drop/Audit/Pass/Fail Mini 2 Courses
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Deadline to Add/Drop/Audit/Pass/Fail Mini I
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Deadline to Add/Drop/Audit/Pass/Fail Mini III
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Deadline to Add/Drop/Audit/Pass/Fail Mini VI Courses
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Deadline to Add/Drop/Audit/Pass/Fail Semester Courses
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Deadline to Add/Drop/Audit/Pass/Fail Semester Courses
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Dean Krishnan Goes to Washington
Type: News | Release Date: 10/20/2011
Earlier this month, students and faculty at the Washington DC office of Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College welcomed Ramayya Krishnan, Dean and William W. and Ruth F. Cooper Professor of Management Science and Information Systems. Krishnan was in Washington to participate in a Capitol Hill briefing on the role of technology in government. Also on his agenda were meetings with Senate staff members and Agency leaders.

Dean of Heinz College Named 2012 INFORMS Fellows Award
Type: News | Release Date: 11/1/2012
Ramayya Krishnan, the dean of Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, was recently named an INFORMS Fellow. . INFORMS, the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences, is the leading professional association for advanced analytics professionals, and its Fellows Award continues to bring together the best operations researchers and analytics experts throughout the world.

Dean of Heinz College Serves as Founding Member of Pittsburgh DataWorks
Type: News | Release Date: 4/17/2013
Ramayya Krishnan, Dean of Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College, joined leaders of Pittsburgh’s business, technical, and academic community to announce the formation of Pittsburgh DataWorks, a non-profit consortium aimed at building the Pittsburgh region’s profile as a leader in big data education, talent, and technologies.

Dean Ramayya Krishnan Delivers Keynote at International Conference on Information Technology, Systems and Management
Type: News | Release Date: 12/20/2011
Aiming to provide an international platform for researchers and practitioners to meet and share their ideas on recent developments in the area of information technology, systems and management, the Indian Institute of Management is hosting a two-day international conference on information technology, systems and management (ITSM 2011)

Dean Ramayya Krishnan Sits on IBM's Frontiers of IT Panel
Type: News | Release Date: 10/7/2011
Ramayya Krishnan, dean of Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, recently participated in a panel discussion held at IBM’s Frontiers of IT event in Washington, D.C.

Dean's Circle Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
Heinz College invites alumni, friends, faculty and staff who contribute $1,000 and above to Heinz College annually to membership in the Dean's Circle.

Dean's Leadership Fellows Update
Type: News | Release Date: 3/30/2010
The Dean' Leadership Fellows have been hard at work developing a plan to seed, foster, and sustain innovation at the Heinz College. They have organized a week of events that will put their recommendations into action.

Dean's Office Staff
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Dean's Welcome (Australia Campus)
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Debaleena Majumdar
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Debt and Deficit in the US
Type: News | Release Date: 9/4/2010
Leading expert on debt and budget deficit in the United States Professor Steve Redburn recently visited Adelaide for a Carnegie Mellon University – Australia Leadership Series presentation.

DECEMBER ADVANCED EDUCATION PROGRAM
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Decision Models for Affordable Housing and Sustainable Community Development
Type: ResearchResearchers in urban housing and community development face significant challenges in evaluating the success of efforts to improve urban neighborhoods, and identifying underlying theories that might predict the success of future initiatives. Practitioners in this field confront political considerations, restrictive administrative guidelines and limited funding. In the face of these challenges, prescriptive decision models have the potential to improve policy responses to challenges such as affordable housing, race and class segregation, ineffective and/or inequitable economic development, and urban sprawl. This paper first reviews previous research in these areas across multiple disciplines and identify important limitations and modeling opportunities. It then describes recent work on tools and methods to assist policymakers to design effective and sustainable housing and community development strategies. These strategies are based on explicit values of maximization of social welfare and social equity and use best-available evidence regarding impacts of housing and community development policies on program participants and non-participants. The discussion is animated by a case study of a hypothetical affordable housing policy initiative for a diverse metropolitan area that we analyze from three perspectives. The first is a long-term and national perspective in which stylized policy models provide insight into large-scale implementation of this program. The second perspective is the medium- term and regional, in which detailed planning models and decision support systems provide specific guidance to housing providers. The third perspective is the short-term and local, in which decision support systems assist individuals&rsquo; choice of specific alternatives as defined by housing initiatives. These complementary modeling perspectives are shown to provide technical and policy insights that differ significantly from, and improve on, those associated with conventional methods. &nbsp;

Decision Support Technology for Public Safety Resource Allocation: Location of Fire Stations in a Fiscally Constrained Environment
Type: ResearchThe City of Pittsburgh is facing a severe financial crisis and seeks strategies to reduce expenditures while maintaining an acceptable quality of services. Currently the Bureau of Fire accounts for nearly twenty percent of the City&rsquo;s expenses, and evidence from cities of similar size to Pittsburgh suggests that fire service expenditures may be one source of fiscal economies. This report represents the culmination of efforts to design and implement an information system to aid City decision makers in designing policy alternatives for fire services design. This decision support methodology generates service characteristics for existing and proposed station configurations of Bureau of Fire services in the City of Pittsburgh. Additionally, this methodology develops alternative station configurations that optimize stated goals of the decision makers.

Decline in Violent Crime Rate Stumps Criminologists, Heinz College's Blumstein Speculates About "Obama Effect"
Type: News | Release Date: 6/7/2011
The FBI recently released year-over-year changes in the level of violent crimes in the United States, and the details are surprising to many. The report highlights an impressive 5.5 percent drop in the number of violent crimes in 2010. It also announces a 2.8 percent decline in property crimes such as theft and burglary. Both of these declines follow an impressive drop that occurred in 2009, creating a two-year trend that contradicts the general consensus that crime rates rise during times of economic distress.

decomposition_traffic21
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Defining Technology
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Deloitte Office Directions
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deloitte-dc-small
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Denise Lawson
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Denise M. Rousseau Elected University Professor
Type: News | Release Date: 5/4/2009
H. John Heinz III College’s Denise M. Rousseau was recently elected University Professor, one of the highest honors bestowed to Carnegie Mellon faculty.

Denise Rousseau
Type: FacultyUniversity Professor, Carnegie Mellon University; H.J. Heinz II Professor of Organizational Behavior and Public Policy, Heinz College and Tepper School of Business

Denise Rousseau Conferred as Academician by the Academy of Social Sciences
Type: News | Release Date: 3/26/2014
Denise M. Rousseau, Professor of Organizational Behavior and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College and the Tepper School of Business, has been conferred as an Academician by the Academy of Social Sciences, located in the United Kingdom.

Dennis Epple
Type: FacultyThomas Lord Professor of Economics

Dennis Moul
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Departing or graduating students checklist - Aussie
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Departing or Students Exepcting to graduate checklist - PA EX
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Designing Ranking Systems for Hotels on Travel Search Engines by Mining User-Generated and Crowd-Sourced Content
Type: Research&nbsp;Designing Ranking Systems for Hotels on Travel Search Engines by Mining User-Generated and Crowd-Sourced Content. 2012.&nbsp;Marketing Science.&nbsp;(with Anindya Ghose and Panagiotis G. Ipeirotis)

Designing Success
Type: News | Release Date: 12/12/2010
Master of Science in Information Technology graduate, Pratyush Kumar, has been awarded an honourable mention for his participation in the final round of the 2010 International Software Design & Application Competition.

Destination Pittsburgh
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Determinants of Information Technology Outsourcing Among Health Maintenance Organizations
Type: ResearchThis paper extends transaction cost economics by examining the effect of relaxing two of its underlying assumptions. First, transaction cost economics relies on an assumption of risk neutrality. This paper argues that organizations transactions vary in the risk they impose on an organization and that organizations are more likely to embed riskier transactions within a hierarchy. Second, transaction cost economics assumes that transactions are independently organized. Organizations have an underlying propensity to organize transactions through hierarchy or contracting and that this underlying propensity is related to an organization&rsquo;s capabilities, such as absorptive capacity. The analysis shows that transaction organization is a function of transaction risk. Transaction risk, rather than uncertainty or firm asset specificity, is the most important factor determining transaction organization. And, the analysis shows that transaction organization is a function of an organization&rsquo;s absorptive capacity and technological diversity. This means that transactions within an organization are interdependent.

Deterrence and Death Penalty
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Deterrence Externalities and Racial Bias in Law Enforcement
Type: ResearchDeterrence Externalities and Racial Bias in Law Enforcement

Deterrence in the Twenty-first Century: A Review of the Evidence
Type: ResearchDeterrence in the Twenty-first Century: A Review of the Evidence Forthcoming Crime and Justice An Annual Review

Deterrence: A Review of the Evidence by a Criminologist for Economists
Type: ResearchDeterrence: A Review of the Evidence by a Criminologist for Economists

Developing Agents for Change
Type: News | Release Date: 5/26/2009
Few physicians know how to get things done on Capitol Hill like Heinz College Professor Jack Chow. For 20 years, he's worked behind-the-scenes and in front of the camera to help policy-makers around the world develop strategies for tackling such major public health threats as HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.

dial_a_ride_problems
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Did Shutting Down Megaupload Impact Digital Movie Sales?
Type: News | Release Date: 3/8/2013
After the shutdown of Megaupload, what were the effects on movie sales? Brett Danaher and Michael Smith of IDEA look at the data.

Digital Ambassadors
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Digital Demand: Demand for Digital Cameras on eBay
Type: ResearchThe paper estimates the demand for new digital cameras sold in eBay auctions. EBay data seems to offer significant advantages over traditional transactions data for estimating demand for differentiated products. However, there are a number of concerns including censoring bias and the interpretation of the bidding behavior. This paper discusses these problems as well as possible solutions. The paper presents results from three different methods for estimating demand for differentiated products on eBay. The results suggest that the demand for digital cameras is highly elastic and there isn&rsquo;t a lot of substitution, particularly across brands.

Digital Media
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Diploma Ceremony Awards
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Directions
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/23/2014
Directions to the Heinz College Career Service office.

Directions to Payroll Services.pdf
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Director of Carnegie Mellon University’s Institute for Social Innovation to Attend Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship
Type: News | Release Date: 3/25/2011
Tim Zak, Assistant Teaching Professor at Heinz College and the Director of Carnegie Mellon University’s Institute for Social Innovation (ISI) will be attending the 2011 Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship, held from March 30 – April 1 in Oxford, England. The event, held annually since 2004, is a premier, international platform for accelerating entrepreneurial approaches and innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing problems.

Director of the National Economic Council Speaks at Heinz College
Type: News | Release Date: 10/18/2012
Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College recently welcomed Gene Sperling, the Director of the National Economic Council, who presented the lecture American Economic Policy at a Crossroads: The View from the West Wing.

Director of White House Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation Speaks to Heinz College Students
Type: News | Release Date: 2/8/2011
When President Barack Obama took office, he wanted government to “do business differently.” As part of his plan, he created the Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation (SICP). Sonal Shah, the inaugural SICP director, spoke about her work at Heinz College.

Director of White House Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation to Give Talk at Heinz College on January 13.
Type: News | Release Date: 1/11/2011
Ms. Sonal Shah, the Director of the White House Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation, will giving a guest lecture at the Heinz College on Thursday, January 13th at 4:30pm in Hamburg Hall 1000. All are welcomed to attend this talk. This talk will count as an Alternative Convocation for MSPPM students.

Directories
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disaster_recovery
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Disclosure Risk vs. Data Utility through the R-U Confidentiality Map in Multivariate Settings
Type: ResearchInformation organizations, such as statistical agencies, must ensure that data access does not compromise the confidentiality afforded data providers, whether individuals or establishments. Recognizing that deidentification of data is generally inadequate to protect confidentiality against attack by a data snooper, information organizations (IOs)&mdash;such as statistical agencies, data archives, and trade associations&mdash;can implement a variety of disclosure limitation (DL) techniques&mdash;such as topcoding, noise addition and data swapping&mdash;in developing data products. Desirably, the resulting restricted data have both high data utility U to data users and low disclosure risk R from data snoopers. IOs lack a framework for examining tradeoffs between R and U under a specific DL procedure. They also lack systematic ways of comparing the performance of distinct DL procedures. To provide this framework and facilitate comparisons, the R-U confidentiality map is introduced to trace the joint impact on R and U to changes in the parameters of a DL procedure. Implementation of an R-U confidentiality map is illustrated in the case of multivariate noise addition. Analysis is provided for two important multivariate estimation problems: a data user seeks to estimate linear combinations of means and to estimate regression coefficients.

Disclosure Risk vs. Data Utility: The R-U Confidentiality Map
Type: ResearchRecognizing that deidentification of data is generally inadequate to protect their confidentiality against attack by a data snooper, information organizations (IOs) can apply a variety of disclosure limitation (DL) techniques, such as topcoding, noise addition and data swapping. Desirably, the resulting restricted data have both high data utility U to data users and low disclosure risk R from data snoopers. IOs lack a coherent framework for examining tradeoffs between R and U for a specific DL procedure. They also lack systematic ways of comparing the performance of distinct DL procedures. To provide this framework and facilitate comparisons, the R-U confidentiality map is introduced to trace the joint impact on R and U of changes in the parameters of a DL procedure. Implementation of an R-U confidentiality map is illustrated in real multivariate data cases for two DL techniques: topcoding and multivariate noise addition. Topcoding is examined for a Cobb-Douglas regression model, as fit to restricted data from the New York City Housing and Vacancy Survey. Multivariate additive noise is examined under various scenarios of attack, predicated on different knowledge states for a data snooper, and for different goals of a data analyst. We illustrate how simulation methods can be used to implement an empirical R-U confidentiality map, which is suitable for analytically intractable specifications of R, U and the disclosure limitation method. Application is made to the Schools and Staffing Survey, which is conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics. &nbsp;

Discounting
Type: ResearchBrandimarte, L., Vosgerau, J. and Acquisti, A. Depreciation of the Past: Diagnostic Behaviors Have a Longer-Lasting Impact Than Non-Diagnostic Behaviors (Working Paper).

Distinguished Lectures
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Distinguishing Between Effects of Criminality and Drug Use on Violent Offending
Type: ResearchThe alarming increase in lethal violence among young people in the U.S.-which is often attributed to drug use and drug trafficking-has prompted re-examination of the relationship between drugs and violent offending. While no national data exist, numerous local studies find a high prevalence of homicide deaths among identified drug addicts, a high prevalence of substance use-typically alcohol-among victims of homicide, and a high proportion of persons testing positive for drug use among arrestees for violent offenses. Other studies report large increases in drug-related homicides or other violence associated with drug distribution. In a departure from previous research that contrasts users and nonusers of drugs, or compares broad periods of heavy and light drug use during long addiction careers, the present study attempts to isolate more direct effects of drug use near the time of offending. The data are for a sample of adults arrested in Washington, DC from July 1, 1985 to June 30, 1986, and include their longitudinal arrest histories along with the results of urine drug screens administered following arrest.

Distortion of Outcome and Probability Information in Risky Decisions
Type: ResearchSubstantial evidence indicates that information is distorted during decision making. However, no studies have assessed the distortion of outcome and probability information in risky decisions or the effects of ambiguity on information distortion. This paper reports two studies involving six binary decisions (e.g., banning blood donations from people who have visited England, because of &quot;mad cow disease&quot;). In Study 1, participants distorted their evaluations of outcome and probability information in the direction of their preferred decision alternative and used these biased evaluations to update their preferences. Participants also evaluated the utilities of possible outcomes more positively when the outcomes could follow only from the preferred alternative and more negatively when they could follow only from the competing alternative. In Study 2, we manipulated ambiguity by describing outcomes and probabilities using either point estimates or ranges of values. Results replicated those of Study 1, with no effects of ambiguity on information distortion.

Division of Labor and the Transmission of Growth
Type: ResearchThis paper studies how an independent upstream capital good sector in a technology based industry can act as a mechanism for the transmission of growth across countries. Technologies, once developed, can be &lsquo;transferred&rsquo; to other countries at low incremental cost. If there are upstream firms which specialize in providing technology and engineering services to downstream buyer firms, then the greater the number of such specialists, the greater the net surplus that buyers get. Since the number of specialists is determined by the size of the downstream sector, the growth of the downstream sector in leading countries (first world) has beneficial effects for the growth of the downstream sector in follower countries (less developed countries). We empirically test this proposition using a comprehensive data set of investments in chemical plants in the developing countries during the 1980s. We find that one additional specialized supplier in a given process technology would have increased the expected investment in LDCs by $100 million to $200 million, with the increases greater in more mature technologies, and for larger LDCs.

DLF - Final Report 2009-10
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Do Green Businesses Benefit Communities?
Type: ResearchDo Green Businesses Benefit Communities? &nbsp;

Do Spreadsheet Errors Lead to Bad Decisions: Perspectives of Executives and Senior Managers
Type: ResearchSpreadsheets are commonly used and commonly flawed, but it is not clear how often spreadsheet errors lead to bad decisions. We interviewed 45 executives and senior managers / analysts in the private, public, and non-profit sectors about their experiences with spreadsheet quality control and with errors affecting decision making. Almost all said spreadsheet errors are common. Quality control was usually informal and applied to the analysis and/or decision, not just the spreadsheet per se. Most respondents could cite instances of errors directly leading to bad decisions, but opinions differ as to whether the consequences of spreadsheet errors are severe. Some thought any big errors would be so obvious as to be caught by even informal review. Others suggest that spreadsheets inform but do not make decisions, so errors do not necessarily lead one for one to bad decisions. Still, many respondents believed spreadsheet errors were a significant problem and that more formal spreadsheet quality control could be beneficial.

Do Stock Prices Follow Random Walks: An Analysis of the Tokyo Stock Exchange
Type: ResearchDo Stock Prices Follow Random Walks: An Analysis of the Tokyo Stock Exchange &nbsp;

Do You Go to College If Your Parents Want You To?
Type: ResearchDo You Go to College If Your Parents Want You To? &nbsp;

Doctoral Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Doctoral Programs (Ph.D.)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/30/2013

Doctoral Student Directory
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/21/2012

Doctoral Students
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/1/2012

Documentation
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/4/2013

DOE Self Cert form 03-17-10
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/17/2010

Does Governance Matter?
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/2/2009

Does in-house R&D increase bargaining power? Evidence from the pharmaceutical industry
Type: ResearchAccording to Gans &amp; Stern (1999), firms engage in R&amp;D spending, in part, in order to improve their bargaining position as buyers in the market for technology. This theory is tested empirically with data from the pharmaceutical industry. We develop and estimate a structural model of R&amp;D spending and licensing. We find that R&amp;D spending does improve the bargaining position of licensees; although, the effect is small. In the absence of the bargaining power effect, spending on R&amp;D would be about 6% lower than it is. We also find that entry of technology licensors reduces firms&rsquo; own R&amp;D but has a positive overall effect on innovation. &nbsp;

Does Managed Care Matter? Hospital Utilization in the U. S. between 1985 and 1993
Type: ResearchA study on the impact of HMOs on Hospital Utilization. &nbsp;

Does Money Make the Entrepreneurial World Go Round?
Type: ResearchDoes Money Make the Entrepreneurial World Go Round?

Does Part-time Work during High School Affect Academic Outcomes?
Type: ResearchA majority of American teenagers work during high school, constituting a large time commitment that pulls teens&rsquo; attention away from family, friends, school, and community ties. The issue of whether the possible costs to the other parts of teens&rsquo; lives outweigh the benefits from working has attracted extensive research, but no consensus exists about the relationship of part-time work on academic outcomes. This study uses the Bureau of Labor Statistics&rsquo; National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY) from 1997 to examine the impact of working part-time on high school dropout rates and grade point average at age 17. After age 16, federal legislation no longer limits the hours or duties of child labor. However, child labor legislation across different states limits the number of hours that teenagers are allowed to work. By exploiting this variation, the study examines whether a teen&rsquo;s hours of work during the age 16 school year has a statistically significant relationship to his or her performance at school. Average hours of work did not have a statistically significant relationship with academic outcomes when using instrumental variables compared to statistically significant results when using ordinary least squares (OLS).

Does Red Tape Hold Back Entrepreneurs? Evidence from Portugal.
Type: ResearchHeinz College PhD Second Research Paper, May 2010

Does the Profit Motive Make Jack Nimble? Ownership Form and the Evolution of the U.S. Hospital Industry
Type: ResearchThis paper examines the evolving structure of the U.S. hospital industry since 1970, focusing on how ownership form influences entry and exit behavior. We develop theoretical predictions based on the model of Lakdawalla and Philipson, in which for-profit and not-for-profit hospitals differ regarding their objectives and costs of capital. The model predicts for-profits would be quicker to enter and exit than not-for-profits in response to changing market conditions. We test this hypothesis using data for all U.S. hospitals from 1984 through 2000. Examining annual and regional entry and exit rates, for-profit hospitals consistently have higher entry and exit rates than not-for-profits. Econometric modeling of entry and exit rates yields similar patterns. Estimates of an ordered probit model of entry indicate that entry is more responsive to demand changes for for-profit than not-for-profit hospitals. Estimates of a discrete hazard model for exit similarly indicate that negative demand shifts increase the probability of exit more for for-profits than not-for-profits. Finally, membership in a hospital chain significantly decreases the probability of exit for for-profits, but not not-for-profits. &nbsp;

Does Web-based self service reduce telephone calls to call center: an Empirical Analysis
Type: ResearchDoes Web-based self service reduce telephone calls to call center: an Empirical Analysis

Doing the Time Causes the Crime? An Examination of the Dose-Response Relationship Between Time Served & Future Criminal Offending
Type: ResearchDoing the Time Causes the Crime? An Examination of the Dose-Response Relationship Between Time Served &amp; Future Criminal Offending

Dominican Volunteers USA
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Don Smith
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Dou-Yan Yang
Type: FacultyPh.D. Student

Double-Degree: First of Its Kind
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2008
The Institute for the Management of Creative Enterprises (IMCE) – a collaboration between the H. John Heinz III College and the College of Fine Arts – will partner with the University of Bologna, Italy, to offer a double-degree master's degree program in international arts and cultural management.

Dr. Brett Crawford Featured in Musical America Worldwide
Type: News | Release Date: 2/21/2013
Dr. Brett Crawford, a Master of Arts Management (MAM) assistant teaching professor at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, was recently featured in a Musical America Worldwide special report.

Dr. Frank A Chervenak (MMM 2002) elected to Institute of Medicine
Type: News | Release Date: 11/3/2011
Dr. Frank A. Chervenak, the Given Foundation Professor and chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Weill Cornell Medical College and obstetrician and gynecologist-in-chief and director of maternal-fetal medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, has been elected to the Institute of Medicine (IOM) of the National Academies. IOM membership is considered one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine.

Drev Receives Best Paper Award
Type: News | Release Date: 10/3/2008
Doctoral student Matej Drev is the recipient of the Best Paper Award from the European School on New Institutional Economics.

Drug Policy Research
Type: ResearchDrug policy research is the application of policy analysis in the substance abuse domain with a level of rigor that merits publication in academic journals on the grounds that the methods and/or results can provide foundational insights upon which subsequent analyses might draw. Policy analysis in turn is an interdisciplinary field that strives to objectively and empirically understand the consequences of different public policy interventions, including both retrospective evaluation of past interventions and prospective projections of contemplated interventions. It is useful to distinguish three types of policy analysis: 1)Analysis of net effects on society as a whole (a &quot;social planner&rsquo;s perspective&quot;), 2)Distributive analysis of effects on each significant group of stakeholders, and 3)Political analysis of what convergence of forces can push through a piece of legislation or other policy change.

Drug Policy: Insights from Mathematical Analysis
Type: ResearchIllicit drug use is clearly an important health problem. There are some 600,000 emergency department episodes in the US every year that are related to illicit drugs (SAMHSA, 2002a). National mortality estimates are not available, but there are probably on the order of 20,000 drug-induced deaths a year (SAMHSA, 2002b), with many more indirectly related to drug use. Some 5 million Americans are in need of drug treatment, and less than 40% get it (Epstein and Gfroerer, 1998; Woodward et al., 1997). Injection drug use is a leading cause of the spread of infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C (CDCP, 2001). The social costs of illicit drug use approach those of alcohol and tobacco (Rice et al., 1990; Bartlett et al., 1994; Harwood et al., 1998). No one has estimated how many quality adjusted life years are lost due to illicit drug use, but the number is no doubt substantial, particularly since those who die from illicit drug use are younger than those who die from most other causes. Not surprisingly there is an energetic debate concerning how best to control drug use and related consequences, to which Operations Research/Management Science has made important contributions. Nevertheless, drug policy is unlike other health policy domains in important ways, and this article begins with a review of some important differences. The following sections then highlight key insights quantitative models have generated concerning the relative effectiveness of different interventions, including how that effectiveness varies over the course of a drug epidemic. &nbsp;

Drum Major Institute Scholars
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/23/2013

Dual Degree with Tecnológico de Monterrey
Type: News | Release Date: 11/20/2008
The first batch of dual degree students with Tecnológico de Monterrey are completing their first semester.

During the Grace Period
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/17/2012

DVD Order Form
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/11/2008

Dyadic and Demographic Strategies in Cross-Cultural Management: A Test of the Effect of Complementary Practices in MNC Performance
Type: ResearchDyadic and Demographic Strategies in Cross-Cultural Management: A Test of the Effect of Complementary Practices in MNC Performance

E-Cubed - Energy, Environment, and Emerging Technologies
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/13/2012

Earl Crane
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Early Warning System for Crime Hot Spots
Type: ResearchUsing violent crime data from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania we investigate the performance of an &ldquo;early warning system&rdquo; (EWS) for starting/stopping police deployments to hot spots for crime prevention. We show that (1) even the hottest chronic hot spots are dynamic with months &ldquo;on&rdquo; and &ldquo;off&rdquo; and (2) temporary hot spots are also targets for prevention. We compare the performance of EWS to constant deployment at chronic hot spots.

EAT ME Fashion Show
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Economic and Statistical Models for Affordable Housing Policy Design
Type: ResearchPrescriptive planning models for affordable and subsidized housing policy design that have a local focus and which are intended to reflect aspects of current and/or best practices require detailed estimates of various structural parameters. These estimates should ideally reflect observations of actual housing units, households and development projects. We examine here three classes of structural parameters: dollar-valued benefits and costs of affordable/subsidized housing provision, correlates of measures of housing market strength, and locational outcomes of households participating in housing mobility programs. Current results for dollar-valued housing impacts&mdash;provision costs, household benefits and subsidy levels&mdash;are based on detailed administrative data from a local housing provider and generate promising forecasting models for use in regional-level planning models. Results for the remaining two classes of structural parameters are currently under development.

Economic Development at Heinz College
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2014

Ecuador Based Accredited Agent (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/27/2011

Ed Barr Receives 2011 Distinguished Educator Award by the American Marketing Association
Type: News | Release Date: 12/16/2011
Ed Barr, former associate professor of marketing and professional writing at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College and current chief marketing officer (CMO) at iCarnegie, was recently awarded the 2011 Distinguished Educator award by the American Marketing Association’s Pittsburgh Chapter.

Ed Lammi
Type: FacultyExecutive Vice President, Sony Pictures Television

Edson Severnini
Type: FacultyAssistant Professor of Economics and Public Policy

Education
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Education Pioneers
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/2/2014

Education Policy Club
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Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/22/2008

EducationAdealide Newsletter
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/30/2009

Educational Leadership
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/17/2013

EducationUSA Fair South America- Guayaquil, Ecuador
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 9/16/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

EducationUSA South American Fair-Bogota, Columbia
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 9/18/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

EducationUSA South American Fair-Quito Ecuador
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 9/14/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

EducationUSA South American Fair-Santiago, Chile
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 9/10/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

Edward and Ika: Adelaide campus’ first marriage makes for good policy
Type: News | Release Date: 3/17/2010
The Adelaide campus’ first student marriage shows that education brings people together.

Edward Barr
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Effect of Information Revelation Policies under Cost uncertainty
Type: ResearchElectronic reverse-markets such as those hosted by Freemarkets involve geographically dispersed sellers. By the very nature of the market, sellers in any given market-session are uncertain both about the number of opponents they face and their cost-structure. Over the course of several market sessions, sellers can learn about the competitive structure of the market. Their ability to learn i.e., their ability to reduce the level of uncertainty is dependent on the revelation policy adopted. The extent to which competitive information is revealed under each revelation policy determines what sellers learn, how they bid in future and thus, the consumer surplus generated. This paper compares a set of revelation policies commonly used in electronic reverse marketplaces, using consumer surplus as our metric. Game-theoretic models are employed to focus on the effect of revelation policies when firms are uncertain about their opponent&rsquo;s cost. Based on the analysis, this paper provide intuitions as to why under certain conditions, one setting is better than the other.

EHS Flyer
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/11/2012

Eileen Meddis
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Elective Areas
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/18/2014
The MSPPM core curriculum is broad by design. Every public policy professional requires a basic understanding of management and policy analysis, and our core curriculum is designed to prepare you adequately in those areas.

Elective Courses in Urban and Regional Economic Development
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2014

Electric cars on the way for SA
Type: News | Release Date: 2/24/2010
Masters of Public Policy and Management alumnus Alina Dini’s comprehensive research in Adelaide wins the chequered flag for showing that electric vehicles (EV’s) are cheaper in the long term and more environmentally friendly than petrol cars – an important finding as Mitsubishi and Nissan plan to sell EV’s on the Australian market late this year.

Electronic maps pin point childhood obesity areas
Type: News | Release Date: 10/25/2009
Australian Geographical Information Systems Conference a hit for CMU and Professor Kurland as the battle of the bulge rages in Australia

ElectronicCommerce.pdf
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/21/2011

Ellerie Weber
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Email
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Email
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Email
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Email Distribution Lists for Groups at Heinz College
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Emergency Management and Research Institute Collaborative Partnership
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Emil Bolongaita
Type: FacultyExecutive Director and Distinguished Service Professor, Carnegie Mellon University Australia

Emil Gomulka
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Emily Rentschler on Receiving the William W. and Ruth F. Cooper Fellowship
Type: News | Release Date: 5/2/2014
Emily Rentschler is a second-year student in H. John Heinz III College’s Master of Science in Public Policy and Management (MSPPM) program, a Reserve Army Officer for the United States Army, and a recipient of the 2013-2014 William W. and Ruth F. Cooper Fellowship, Scholarship and Student Aid.

Emotional Labour
Type: News | Release Date: 10/29/2010
On Thursday 21 October Dr Meredith A. Newman from the Department of Public Administration, Florida International University, addressed students and faculty of Carnegie Mellon University – Australia.

Empirical Calibration of Time Series Monitoring Methods Using Receiver Operating Characteristic Curves
Type: ResearchTime series monitoring methods, such as the Brown and Trigg methods, have the purpose of detecting pattern breaks in time series data reliably and in a timely fashion. Traditionally, researchers have used the average run length statistic (ARL) on results from generated signal occurrences in simulated time series data to calibrate and evaluate these methods, with a focus on timeliness of signal detection. This paper investigates the receiver operating characteristic (ROC) framework, well-known in the diagnostic decision making literature, as an alternative to ARL analysis for time series monitoring methods. ROC analysis traditionally uses real data to address the inherent tradeoff in signal detection between the true and false positive rates when varying control limits. We illustrate ROC analysis using time series data on crime at the patrol district level in two cities and use the concept of Pareto frontier ROC curves and reverse functions for methods such as Brown's and Trigg's that have parameters affecting signal-detection performance. We compare the Brown and Trigg methods to three benchmark methods, including one commonly used in practice. The Brown and Trigg methods collapse to the same simple method on the Pareto frontier and dominate the benchmark methods under most conditions. The worst method is the one commonly used in practice.

Employee Stock Ownership Plans and Financial Performance in American Firms
Type: ResearchEmployee Stock Ownership Plans and Financial Performance in American Firms

Employer Legal Obligations
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
International students who applied for and received authorization to accept employment under practical or academic training need documentation of current eligibility to present to a prospective employer.

Employer Reimbursement
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/19/2012

Employer User Manual
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/22/2008

Employers (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/3/2012
Carnegie Mellon University - Australia graduates work in influential positions locally and around the world, including in foreign aid and development programs, major corporations and governments, and play a central role in many critical business functions.

Employers - Outside of Heinz College
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/20/2012

Employers and Recruiters
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/31/2012

Employers- Within Heinz College
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Employment & Tax Information.pdf
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Employment Information & Salary Statistics
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Employment Opportunities Conference
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/9/2014
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Endeavour
Type: File | Last Modified: 6/9/2009

endeavour countries
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Endogenous Preferences: A Structural Approach
Type: ResearchEndogenous Preferences: A Structural Approach

Energy and Climate Group (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/4/2010

Energy for the Future
Type: News | Release Date: 4/7/2011
On Thursday 7 April, BP Group Chief Economist and Vice President Christof Ruehl addressed students from Carnegie Mellon University – Australia and University College London (UCL) as part of the Torrens Speaker Series.

Energy Mix and Political Affiliation: Evidence from U.S. States Since 1960 (joint with Karam Kang (CMU))
Type: Research&nbsp;The two major political parties in the U.S. appear to take opposite views on energy and environmental policies, such as whether CO2emissions should be regulated under the Clean Air Act. We intend to investigate the historical relationship between the energy mix&nbsp;and the political environment related to party affiliation of state government in continental U.S. If we find that a specific political environment affects the role of fossil fuel in the energy mix, measured in terms of share of fossil-fuel installed capacity and electricity generation, we question how this impacts the distribution of emissions across the nation. Further, we study how political environment affects the decisions of firms regarding where to open a new plant or expand existing ones.

Engine or Infrastructure? The University Role in Economic Development
Type: ResearchEngine or Infrastructure? The University Role in Economic Development &nbsp;

Engineering-Based Methods for Affordable Housing and Sustainable Community Development
Type: ResearchThe purpose of this paper is to highlight new and creative research in a variety of disciplines- especially decision sciences-that help determine when, where, what type and by what means affordable housing and sustainable communities might be built, redeveloped and maintained. As a prelude, it is useful to draw a link between housing planning and supply chain management, the theme of the Frontiers of Engineering session in which this paper appears.

English Language Proficiency Exam Results
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/22/2014
TOEFL and IELTS

Enhancing Aviation Security with The SWIFT System (Short Wait Integrated Flight Travel)
Type: ResearchThe SWIFT (Short-Wait Integrated Flight Travel) System represents an initiative by Carnegie Mellon University&rsquo;s H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management to design an airport security system that is both more secure and more efficient. With SWIFT, travelers who volunteer to submit to a security clearance by TSA and pass will receive a &ldquo;smart card&rdquo; containing personal and biometric information. SWIFT enrollees will be able to go through a security screening comparable to that which was used prior to September 11, 2001. By screening SWIFT enrollees prior to their arrival at an airport, TSA can focus its resources on more thorough screening of not-cleared individuals. Our research focused on estimating the demand for SWIFT enrollment, design of a reasonable system that included biometric screening of all those carrying a SWIFT card, review of current technological opportunities for screening SWIFT passengers, initial design of a national SWIFT network, identifying processing enhancements of the current system, analyzing costs and benefits of the various improvements through the use of simulation modeling, and designing an initial test implementation of the SWIFT System at the Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT). The results of this research hold promise for creating an airport security system that is markedly more secure and more efficient than the current one.

Enrollment FAQs
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/18/2008

Enrollment Form January 2011
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/17/2011

Enrolment (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/15/2010

Enter at your own risk: HMO participation and enrollment in the Medicare risk Market
Type: ResearchThis paper examines HMO participation and enrollment in the Medicare risk market for the years 1990 to 1995. A profit-maximization model of HMO behavior is developed, which explicitly considers potential linkages between an HMO&rsquo;s production decision in the commercial enrollee market and its participation and production decisions in the Medicare risk market. The results suggest that the AAPCC is a primary determinant of HMO participation, while the price of a supplemental Medicare insurance policy positively affects HMO Medicare enrollment. This paper also finds empirical support for the existence of complementarities in the joint production of an HMO&rsquo;s commercial and Medicare products.

Enterprise Architecture in 2011
Type: News | Release Date: 3/6/2011
A number of key initiatives are currently underway in 2011 regarding Enterprise Architecture.

Enterprise Zones and Local Employment: Evidence From the States' Programs
Type: ResearchMany states respond to deteriorating economic conditions in their inner cities and rural communities by establishing geographically targeted tax incentives. This paper examines the impact of several of these Enterprise Zone (EZ) programs on local employment. The results show that the EZ programs do not have a significant impact on local employment. Program impact does not depend on the monetary amount of the incentives and or on specific features of program design. These conclusions are constant across two econometric approaches to controlling for the non-random placement of zones and stand up to a wide variety of sensitivity analyses.

Entertainment
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
The Entertainment Industry offers a wide range of possible careers.

Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/30/2013

Entertainment Industry Management Grad Presents to Film & TV Professionals
Type: News | Release Date: 8/7/2009
Roxanne Benjamin, a 2009 graduate of Heinz College's Master of Entertainment Industry Management program, recently presented her final project paper to the Association for the Future of Film and Television.

Entertainment Indutry Management Instructor Named One of Hollywood's Top Young Executives
Type: News | Release Date: 11/19/2010
Scott Shooman, who teaches film acquisition for the Master of Entertainment Industry Management program at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College, was recently named one of the film industry's top executives under 35 by 'Hollywood Reporter.'

Entrepreneurial Pittsburgh: Uncovering
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/2/2009

Entry and Competition in Local Hospital Markets
Type: ResearchThere has been considerable consolidation in the hospital industry in recent years. Over 900 deals occurred from 1994-2000, and many local markets, even in large urban areas, have been reduced to monopolies, duopolies, or triopolies. This surge in consolidation has led to concern about competition in local markets for hospital services. We examine the effect of market structure on competition in local hospital markets - specifically, does the hardness of competition increase with the number of firms? We extend the entry model developed by Bresnahan and Reiss to make use of quantity information, and apply it to data on the U.S. hospital industry. In the hospital markets we examine, entry leads to a quick convergence to competitive conduct. Entry reduces variable profits and increases quantity. Most of the effects of entry come from having a second and a third firm enter the market. The fourth entrant has little estimated effect. The use of quantity information allows us to infer that entry is consumer-surplus-increasing.

Enumerating and Reducing the Threat of Transnational Cyber Extortion against Small and Medium Size Organizations
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/18/2008

Eric Berkowitz
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Eric Stennett
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

ESOS Code of Practice
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/23/2008

ESRI
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/13/2014

Essays on IT-Mediated Phenomena: IT Knowledge Management, Mobile Telecommunication, and E-Commerce
Type: ResearchThis dissertation is intended to widen our understanding of three issues among IT-mediated phenomena observed after the revolution of social structure accompanied by the &quot;paradigm shift&quot;: (1) learning behavior of IT knowledge workers, (2) users&rsquo; consumption behavior of wireless communication services, and (3) consumer&rsquo;s online shopping behavior, from the standpoint of research domain. For the perspective of research methodology, all four essays constituting the dissertation are developed based on an economic and econometric analysis. While the essays seem to be loosely tied together in either research methodology or research domains, they all aim to better understand the human intentional or adapted behaviors in everyday IT-driven socio-economic environment.

Essays on the Design and Evaluation of Information Technology-Enabled Interventions for Chronic Disease Risk Assessment and Communication
Type: ResearchEssays on the Design and Evaluation of Information Technology-Enabled Interventions for Chronic Disease Risk Assessment and Communication

Estimated Cost of Attendance
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Estimated Cost of Attendance
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Estimating App Demand from Publicly Available Data
Type: ResearchGarg, Rajiv and Telang, Rahul, &quot;Estimating App Demand from Publicly Available Data&quot; (2012) ssrn.com/abstract=1924044

Estimating Black-White Mortality Differences by State of Birth Using Census and Vital Statistics Data: A Simple GMM Approach
Type: ResearchEstimating Black-White Mortality Differences by State of Birth Using Census and Vital Statistics Data: A Simple GMM Approach

Estimating Elasticities of Demand for Cocaine and Heroin with Data from the Drug Use Forecasting System
Type: ResearchEstimating Elasticities of Demand for Cocaine and Heroin with Data from the Drug Use Forecasting System

Estimating Heterogenous Preferences for Housing with Latent Quality
Type: ResearchEstimating Heterogenous Preferences for Housing with Latent Quality

Estimating the Relative Efficiency of Various Forms of Prevention at Different Stages of a Drug Epidemic
Type: ResearchDrug use and problems change dramatically over time in ways that are often described as reflecting an &quot;epidemic cycle&quot;. We use simulation of a model of drug epidemics to investigate how the relative effectiveness of different types of prevention varies over the course of such an epidemic. Specifically we use the so-called LHY model (see Behrens et al., 2000b) which includes both &quot;contagious&quot; spread of initiation (a positive feedback) and memory of past use (a negative feedback), which dampens initiation and, hence, future use. The analysis confirms the common sense intuition that prevention is more highly leveraged early in an epidemic, although the extent to which this is true in this model is striking, particularly for campaigns designed to leverage awareness of the drug&rsquo;s dangers. The findings also suggest that the design of &quot;secondary&quot; prevention programs should change over the course of an epidemic.

Estimation of Crime Seasonality: A Cross-Sectional Extension to Time Series Classical Decomposition
Type: ResearchReliable estimates of crime seasonality are valuable for law enforcement and crime prevention. Seasonality affects many police decisions from long-term reallocation of uniformed officers across precincts to short-term targeting of patrols for hot spots and serial criminals. This paper shows that crime seasonality is a small-scale, neighborhood-level phenomenon. In contrast, the vast literature on crime seasonality has almost exclusively examined crime data aggregations at the city or even larger scales. Spatial heterogeneity of crime seasonality, however, often gives rise to opposing seasonal patterns in different kinds of neighborhoods, canceling out seasonality at the city-wide level. Thus past estimates of crime seasonality have vastly underestimated the magnitude and impact of the phenomenon. This paper presents a model for crime seasonality that extends classical decomposition of time series based on a multivariate, cross-sectional, fixed-effects model. The crux of the model is an interaction of monthly seasonal dummy variables with five factor scores representing the urban ecology as viewed from the perspective of major crime theories. The urban ecology factors, interacted with monthly seasonal dummy variables, provide neighborhood-level seasonality estimates. A polynomial in time and fixed effects dummy variables for spatial units control for large temporal and spatial variations in crime data. Our results require crime mapping for implementation by police including thematic mapping of next month's forecasted crime levels (which are dominated by seasonal variations) by grid cell or neighborhood, thematic mapping of the urban ecology for developing an understanding of underlying causes of crime, and ability to zoom into neighborhoods to study recent crime points.

Evaluating a Deliberative Method for Ranking Environmental Risks in China
Type: ResearchPrevious research at Carnegie Mellon University introduced a systematic method for public participation in risk ranking. The method has been tested successfully with participants from the United States using school risks and environmental risks. To explore the viability of the method in another cultural setting, it was tested with Chinese participants, because previous research has shown that Americans and Chinese differ substantially along many dimensions of cognition and social organization relevant to decision making. Using 10 environmental hazards based on current environmental regulatory programs in a Chinese city as the risk domain, 5 groups of 8-9 participants ranked the hazards using both holistic and multiattribute approaches. Resulting judgment patterns for the Chinese participants were consistent with those observed in previous studies with Americans, providing additional evidence for the robustness of the method. Risk rankings from the holistic and multiattribute approaches were reasonably consistent, both for individuals and for groups. Explicit and implicit measures indicated that participants were satisfied with the procedures and resulting rankings. Results for Chinese participants were compared with previous results for Americans to look for cultural effects involving risk perception, deference to technical expertise and quantitative analysis, deference to senior group members, adherence to groups&rsquo; rankings because of collectivism, and skepticism toward public participation in policy making. Although there were some hints of cultural differences, no cultural effect had a substantial effect on measures of the method&rsquo;s validity or replicability. Because the Carnegie Mellon method offers a scientifically sound and measured approach to legitimate public involvement, it may be attractive to Chinese leaders as they respond to growing demand for public participation in risk-management policy.

Evaluating Local Studies of Barriers to Fair Housing
Type: ResearchEvaluating Local Studies of Barriers to Fair Housing &nbsp;

Evaluation Form for Internship and Apprenticeship Supervisors
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/2/2014

Event and Pattern Detection Lab (EPD Lab)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/24/2014

Events
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Events (Australia Campus)
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Examining the Impact of Ranking on Consumer Behavior and Search Engine Revenue.
Type: Research&nbsp;Examining the Impact of Ranking on Consumer Behavior and Search Engine Revenue. 2013. Forthcoming in Management Science. (with Anindya Ghose and Panagiotis G. Ipeirotis)

Excellent movie tickets for charity
Type: News | Release Date: 6/23/2009
Excellent movie tickets for charity

Exchange Program Requirements
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/13/2013

Exchange Programs
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/13/2013
Masters in Information Systems Management that counts, state of the art learning, Carnegie Mellon credibility

Exchange Student Course List
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/5/2012

Exclusive Carnegie Mellon Scholarships for ACS members
Type: News | Release Date: 9/15/2009
Scholarships for ACS members only

Executive Director Discusses 'The Carnegie Mellon Advantage' (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012

Executive Director Tim Zak’s Charge to the Graduates
Type: News | Release Date: 1/21/2009
Executive Director Tim Zak’s Charge to the Graduates

Executive Physician
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2008
No matter how brilliant, a doctor does not necessarily make a great business leader. In fact, surprisingly few are ever pegged to run hospitals and healthcare systems.

Exemption 2011 sample visuals
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/13/2011
Strategic presentation skills

Exemption and Credit Transfer (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/10/2009

Exemption Exam Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Expanding Horizons: MAM Alum Expands Mori Art Museum
Type: News | Release Date: 11/29/2012
The Mori Art Museum, in Tokyo, is known as one of Japan's foremost museums of contemporary art, placing a strong emphasis on cultural exchange and international exhibitions. A master's degree in arts management from Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College is enabling alumnus Takahide Tsuchiya (HNZ'96) to expand the museum's impact globally — as he sends exhibitions abroad.

Expect the Unexpected
Type: News | Release Date: 11/13/2008
Joel Tarr, Carnegie Mellon’s Richard S. Caliguiri University Professor of History and Policy, described his reaction to learning that he was named this year’s Leonardo da Vinci medal winner.

Experiential Learning
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/16/2014
Critical to your successful training as a future leader in the entertainment industry is the opportunity to gain as much as invaluable practical experience as you possibly can.

Experiential Learning
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/16/2013

Experiential Learning
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/19/2013

Experiential Learning
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Experiential Learning
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Experiential Learning
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/21/2013

Experiential Learning
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/17/2013

Expert To Speak on China’s Cultural Heritage
Type: News | Release Date: 2/23/2009
Luca Zan, an expert on China’s cultural heritage, will discuss the country’s economic transformation and its cultural effects at noon on Wednesday, Feb. 25, in 1000 Hamburg Hall on the Carnegie Mellon University campus.

Explaining Fashion Cycles: Imitators Chasing Innovators in Product Space
Type: ResearchThis paper considers the problem of a fashion trend-setter confronting an imitator who can produce the same product at lower cost. A one- dimensional product space is considered, which is an abstraction of the key attribute of some consumer good. Three broad strategies can be optimal for the fashion-leader: (1) Never innovate; milk profits from the initially advantageous position but ulti- mately concede the market without a fight. (2) Innovate once but only once, which just temporarily defers conceding the market. (3) Cycle in- finitely around product space, never letting the imitator catch up and capture the market. Sometimes the cycles start immediately; sometimes the innovator should wait for a time before beginning the cycles. The optimal solution exhibits strong state-dependency, with so-called Skiba curves separating regions in state space where various of these strategies are optimal. There are even instances of intersecting Skiba curves. In most cases, analytical expressions can be stated that characterize these Skiba curves.

Exploring Differences in Estimates of Visits to Emergency Rooms for Injuries from Assaults Using the NCVS and NHAMCS
Type: ResearchResearchers seeking to provide a better understanding of crime statistics tend to compare survey-based statistics such as the NCVS with data from police administrative series like the UCR. Because these two types of data collections systems are so different, simple direct comparisons are of little value regarding limitations inherent to a particular data collection system. This chapter explores the NCVS data using a different perspective that compares data from the national crime survey of population with those from a national survey of establishments-the National Hospital Ambulatory Care Survey (NHAMCS). This comparison provides an understanding of how the design, instrumentation and procedures of the NCVS may influence estimates of interpersonal violence, particularly that component of violence resulting in injuries treated in hospital emergency rooms. The estimates of emergency room visits for injuries due to violence obtained from the NCVS are considerably smaller than those from the NHAMCS. The analyses include a series of adjustments to these estimates that explore the role of features specific to each survey in the observed differences. The household sampling frame employed in the NCVS receives special attention as a potential source of the observed differences. Investigating this source of divergence is particularly important, since many of our major social indicators on the economy and participation in government programs depend upon household surveys. If some population groups are under-represented in the household sampling frame used in Census surveys, and this under-coverage results in underestimates of violence, this finding could have implications for the use of the household frame to estimate the magnitude of other problems that disproportionately affect marginal populations, such as unemployment, poverty, drug abuse and poor health status. The first section of this paper describes the two surveys, but principally the NHAMCS, since the NCVS is described extensively in Chapter 2. The second section presents the unadjusted estimates of the rate of emergency room visits due to violent crime from the two surveys. The third section outlines a series of potential explanations for the observed rate differences and the last section includes a series of adjustments to the rates designed to test the plausibility of the various explanations.

Extended Use
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External Scholarships
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Extracting subpopulations from large social networks
Type: ResearchExtracting subpopulations from large social networks

Extracurricular Activities
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List of orgs and activities outside the classroom

F10 Distance Registration Packet
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F11 Class Schedule_020911
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F11-M12
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F12 Class Schedule
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F12 Class Schedule 180512
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F13 - M14 Academic Calendar
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F13 Camp Guyasuta - waiver forms
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waiver forms for F13 Camp Guyasuta

F13 orientation tentative agenda
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FA Process with links
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Facilitating Negotiations between Stakeholders in Subsidized Housing Planning
Type: ResearchFacilitating Negotiations between Stakeholders in Subsidized Housing Planning

Facility Location Model for Home-Delivered Services: Application to the Meals-on-Wheels Program
Type: ResearchThis paper presents a GIS-based decision support system for the non-profit sector, designed to assist strategic and tactical decision making in the area of home-delivered services such as meals on wheels. Using data collected from existing programs, current and forecasted demographic data, and a series of algorithmic tools, this paper provides a system for evaluating current meals on wheels facilities, and for making facility location decisions that satisfy coverage and equity requirements.

Factors Relevant to Senior Information Systems Managers' Decisions to Adopt New Computing Paradigms: An Exploratory Study
Type: ResearchFactors Relevant to Senior Information Systems Managers' Decisions to Adopt New Computing Paradigms: An Exploratory Study &nbsp;

Facts and Fallacies About U.S. FDI in China
Type: ResearchDespite the rapid expansion of U.S.-China trade ties, the increase in U.S. FDI in China, and the expanding amount of economic research exploring these developments, a number of misconceptions distort the popular understanding of U.S. multinationals in China.&nbsp; In this paper, we seek to correct four common misunderstandings by providing a statistical portrait of several aspects of U.S. affiliate activity in the country and placing this activity in its appropriate economic context.

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Faculty & Research
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Faculty Directory
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Faculty Meeting - Academic Actions 2PM
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Faculty Meeting - Academic actions 2pm
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Faculty Meeting - Academic Actions 2pm
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Faculty Meeting-Academic Actions 1pm
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Faculty Member gets go for Publication
Type: News | Release Date: 10/23/2008
Adelaide based faculty member Anna Shillabeer has just been recognised for her research on Data Mining in the field of Medical and Biological research by receiving confirmation that her book chapter has just been accepted for publication in Austria.

Faculty Member Selected for Symposium
Type: News | Release Date: 10/23/2008
Jonathan P. Caulkins, Professor of Operations Research and Public Policy, has been selected to take part in the National Academy of Engineering's (NAE) 14th annual U.S. Frontiers of Engineering Symposium.

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Explore Heinz College's world class faculty.

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Faculty Research Seminar Series
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Faculty Spotlight: David Krackhardt
Type: News | Release Date: 8/22/2012
David Krackhardt is professor of organizational behavior at Heinz College and research director of Carnegie Mellon University's Center for the Future of Work.

Faculty Spotlight: Laura Dabbish
Type: News | Release Date: 8/22/2012
Laura Dabbish is an assistant professor of information technology and organizations at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College. She also holds a partial appointment in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute in the School of Computer Science.

Faculty Spotlight: Niki Kittur
Type: News | Release Date: 8/27/2012
Advancing technologies are dramatically impacting the modern workplace. Niki Kittur, an assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University's Human Computer Interaction Institute, is leading a research team that is examining the effect of micro-task markets on efficiency and productivity.

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Farewell Graduating Class of August 2011!
Type: News | Release Date: 8/26/2011
On Friday 19 August, Carnegie Mellon University – Australia (CMU-A) held a mid-year Graduation with graduates from Masters of Science in Information Technology and Masters of Science in Public Policy and Management programs.

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Federal Budget 101: Heinz DC Experience Merges Curriculum and Practice to Enhance Learning
Type: News | Release Date: 2/23/2012
Kira Fatherree arrived in Washington, DC six months ago to begin her second year at the Heinz College School of Public Policy and Management. Since then, she has been immersed in the federal budget.

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Fellows in Focus - Riverlife
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Filipa Reis
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Financial Aid Information (Australia Campus)
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This document is intended to provide current Heinz College students studying in Pittsburgh or Adelaide with information related to the exchange program available between the two campuses. This information pertains solely to students currently enrolled at either of the Heinz Colleges’ locations. Students may participate in the exchange program for one semester and must spend the first and last semesters at their home campus.

Financial Aid Resources for Alumni
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Financing Grad School.Intl.December 2013
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Firm Size and Capabilities; Regional Agglomeration and the Adoption of New Technology
Type: ResearchThe literature on agglomeration economies suggests that, in addition to firmspecific attributes, the local geographic context conditions the expected profitability of technology adoption. All theories of technology diffusion assume that inter-firm learning is the outcome of contact with prior adopters. Yet, with few exceptions, the attributes of location that maximize the opportunities for learning (and hence, reduce the costs of technology adoption for all firms in the same locale) have been given only cursory treatment. This paper develops and tests a model in which both firm-specific capabilities and place-specific external economies affect the firm&rsquo;s decision to adopt a new technology. The data come from two national surveys conducted in 1987 and 1991. Because there is available information on two different time periods, it is possible to specify firm and place-specific conditions that precede the technology adoption decision. It is found that localization (as measured by regional clustering of enterprises in related industries) and urbanization (as measured by the diversity of industries, and by the concentration of degree granting engineering institutions) provide knowledge spillovers that facilitate the adoption of new technology by local establishments. Moreover, the impact of urbanization economies is size-related: The impact of a diverse region on adoption is even greater for small enterprises than for large ones. &nbsp;

First CED Systems Synthesis Project Announced
Type: News | Release Date: 11/2/2009
The first systems synthesis project under Heinz College's revitalized Center for Economic Development will be Measuring the Economic Impact of Greenspace.

First Fall Faculty/Staff meeting
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 9/4/2014
We will connect w/LA & DC by video conference

First Issue of Heinz College Social Enterprise Periodical Released
Type: News | Release Date: 5/26/2009
Social enterprises are for-profit or nonprofit businesses whose products and services address the major unmet needs of society, and Heinz College graduate students have created a new periodical to explore the field on a continuing basis.

First PPND Fellowship
Type: News | Release Date: 10/3/2008
MSPPM student Joseph L. Dickerson III is the recipient of the first Pittsburgh Partnership for Neighborhood Development (PPND) Heinz School Fellowship.

First Responders Guide to Computer Forensics
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First-Ever CMU Alumni Event in Peru
Type: News | Release Date: 3/26/2013
Natalie Gil (HNZ '09) and Giancarlo Raicovi (TPR '09) met through mutual friends while attending Carnegie Mellon University. They would soon come to find they had something else in common -- they are both natives of Lima, Peru. The two quickly built a rapport and spent time together while at the Pittsburgh campus. After graduation, Giancarlo and Natalie went their separate ways; Giancarlo moved back to Peru, and Natalie to Brazil. In 2012, however, Natalie relocated to her home city in Peru.

First-Ever Report Using Health Plans’ Claims Data from Nation’s Largest Private Insurers Shows Prices Are Driving Health Spending Growth
Type: News | Release Date: 5/21/2012
Rising prices for care were the chief driver of health care costs for privately insured Americans in 2010, according to the first report from the newly formed Health Care Cost Institute (HCCI).

Fiscal Management
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FIU McNair Graduate School Fair
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/17/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

Five MSPPM Students Secure United Nations Internships
Type: News | Release Date: 7/22/2011
This summer, five students in the Master of Science in Public Policy and Management Program (MSPPM) at CMU's H. John Heinz III College have embarked on exciting challenges as an interns with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Youjin Chae, Edayatu Lamptey, Bala Kattappuram and Amy Badiani are completing their internships at the UNDP headquarters in New York, while Yu Fu, an intern in the Ecosystems and Biodiversity (EBD) Portfolio, is working in South Africa.

Five Questions with Indonesian Student Eddy Tjandra
Type: News | Release Date: 11/1/2010
After four years working as a Software Consultant for IBM, Eddy Tjandra left his hometown of Surabaya, Indonesia and headed to Adelaide to undertake a Master of Science in Information Technology at Carnegie Mellon University – Australia.

Flexible Affordable Housing Policy Design using Facility Location Models
Type: ResearchAffordable and subsidized housing providers must design and implement housing strategies: where, when and with what types of housing to best meet the needs of low- and moderate-income households for affordable/low-cost permanent shelter. Recent research has proposed a multiobjective integer programming model for this purpose that jointly optimizes measures of net social benefit and equity and addresses limited variations in housing characteristics. This paper extends the affordable housing planning model to better reflect current research and practice in affordable housing and better meet the needs of affordable housing providers. &nbsp;

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Florence Rouzier (MPM '95) Named Executive Director of the Crossroads Foundation
Type: News | Release Date: 10/25/2010
The Crossroads Foundation has announced the selection of Florence Rouzier (MPM '95) as the organization’s new executive director.

For-Profit Earnings
Type: ResearchTurner, Abby Clay. 2013. Selection Bias and For-Profit Associate Degrees: Evidence from the NLSY Geocode. Working paper. Abstract: &nbsp;The past decade has seen enormous growth in the for-profit higher education industry, and along with it, enormous debate over the relative costs and benefits of such an education.&nbsp; Utilizing the rich data from the NLSY97 Geocode merged with institutional data from IPEDS, I empirically analyze data on individuals with two-year degrees, estimate the average marginal earnings gain from a two-year degree, and compare the effects of degrees across institutional sector and across major area of study using OLS with family background and extensive demographic controls.&nbsp; I find evidence of selection at three levels: selection into college, selection into type of college, and selection into major area of study.&nbsp; Any estimates of labor market returns to these degrees will be biased until future research unravels and models these selection mechanisms and processes.&nbsp; This chapter provides a first look into the differential inputs and outputs of for-profit and public two-year degree programs.&nbsp; I find that a two-year degree results in an 8.1 percent average marginal earnings gain over a high-school diploma, and that the sector of the degree-granting institution alone does affect this gain.&nbsp; I also find that earnings gains vary greatly by major; individuals with &ldquo;academic&rdquo; degrees experience no significant earnings gains while individuals with &ldquo;vocational/technical&rdquo; degrees on average experience a 32.7 percent earnings gain.&nbsp; I find statistical differences in the marginal earnings gains across institutional sector within major fields of study, suggesting that attending a for-profit does matter when major field of study is taken into account.&nbsp; Policy-makers should take note that this preliminary analysis of the returns (which can be thought of as the private benefits) to public and for-profit degrees does not provide unambiguous evidence in favor of one sector over another, but rather a first look into the &ldquo;black box&rdquo; in which students, institutions, and major areas of study come together and jointly determine labor market outcomes.&nbsp;&nbsp;

Forecast Accuracy Measures - Gorr
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Forecasting Analogous Time Series
Type: ResearchOrganizations that use time series forecasting on a regular basis generally forecast many variables, such as demand for many products or services. Within the population of variables forecasted by an organization, we can expect that there will be groups of analogous time series that follow similar, time-based patterns. The co-variation of analogous time series is a largely untapped source of information that can improve forecast accuracy (and explainability). This paper takes the Bayesian pooling approach to drawing information from analogous time series to model and forecast a given time series. Bayesian pooling uses data from analogous time series as multiple observations per time period in a group-level model. It then combines estimated parameters of the group model with conventional time series model parameters, using &quot;shrinkage&quot; weights estimated empirically from the data. Major benefits of this approach are that it 1) minimizes the number of parameters to be estimated (many other pooling approaches suffer from too many parameters to estimate), 2) builds on conventional time series models already familiar to forecasters, and 3) combines time series and cross-sectional perspectives in flexible and effective ways. &nbsp;

Forecasting Crime
Type: ResearchOrganizations in the private sector must do strategic planning over long-term horizons to locate new facilities, plan new products, develop competitive advantages, and so forth. Consequently, long-term forecasts of demand, costs of raw materials, etc. are important in the private sector. There is no such strategic counterpart to police work; consequently, long-term forecasts are of little value to police. Police primarily need short-term forecasts; for example, crime levels one week or one month ahead. Currently, police mostly respond to new crime patterns as they occur. Client-server computing for realtime access to police records and computerized crime mapping have made it possible for police to keep abreast with crime. With short-term forecasting police may be able to get one step ahead of criminals by anticipating and preventing crime. The organization of this paper proceeds first with a description of short-term forecasting models, to provide basic terms and concepts. Next is a discussion of unique features of crime space-time series data, and the need for data pooling to handle small-area model estimation problems. Lastly are a discussion of particular forecasting requirements of police and a summary.

Forecasting Exceptional Demand
Type: ResearchForecasting Exceptional Demand Based on Receiver Operating Characteristics (ROC) Analysis

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Former Undersecretary for International Affairs Joins Carnegie Mellon’s Heinz College in D.C.
Type: News | Release Date: 4/6/2009
David H. McCormick, former undersecretary for International Affairs at the United States Department of the Treasury, has joined the Washington, D.C., office of Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College as a Distinguished Service Professor of Information Technology, Public Policy and Management.

Fostering Dedication
Type: News | Release Date: 12/10/2009
Leigh Halverson, MSPPM 2010, had her mind set on attending Heinz College before she even started her senior year as an undergraduate. During the summer after her junior year, Halverson attended Heinz College’s Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Summer Institute, a program that provides graduate level courses to a diverse group of undergraduate students. Now, Halverson is an advocate for the effectiveness of the program.

Fourth Annual TEDxCMU on March 3rd
Type: News | Release Date: 2/19/2013
On Sunday March 3, Carnegie Mellon will host its fourth annual TEDxCMU conference. TEDxCMU, an independently organized TED event, is planned and run entirely by CMU students. This year’s theme is “Spark,” representing spontaneous creativity and the “a-ha!” moment of sudden inspiration. Each year, over 400 people come together in McConomy Auditorium to witness this dynamic event and experience new “ideas worth spreading.”

FoW - RFP - July 2010
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Framework for Validating Geographic Profiling
Type: ResearchThis short paper was prepared for the NIJ Roundtable for Developing an Evaluation Methodology for Geographic Profiling Software (August 10 and 11, 2004) on approaches for validating geographic profiling (GP) methods. The paper presents a framework for validating any GP method or software package using solved serial crimes including data on crime locations and criminal residences or other anchor points (e.g., work location, girl friend&rsquo;s residence, etc.). Findings from the literature and through analysis include: 1) the appropriate performance measure for GP (that matches policing needs and as extended in this paper) concerns prioritizing relevant areas for investigation; 2) future work should correct the performance measure of GP by excluding irrelevant areas from consideration such as rivers, lakes, cemeteries, etc. (past studies apparently did not do this); 3) additional model parameters may be able to be estimated in empirical studies such as the amount to expand the search area for a serial criminal beyond the minimum rectangle or other boundary enclosing crime sites; and 4) future validation studies for GP should compare alternative models, including simple models for benchmarking, and use holdout samples in a resampling scheme for validating performance. Acknowledgements &nbsp;

Francesca Pillemer
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Frank Van Atta
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Frictionless Commerce? A Comparison of Internet and Conventional Retailers
Type: ResearchThere have been many claims that the Internet represents a new nearly &quot;frictionless market.&quot; Our research empirically analyzes the characteristics of the Internet as a channel for two categories of homogeneous products-books and CDs. Using a data set of over 8,500 price observations collected over a period of 15 months, we compare pricing behavior at 41 Internet and conventional retail outlets. It is found that prices on the Internet are 9-16% lower than prices in conventional outlets, depending on whether taxes, shipping, and shopping costs are included in the price. Additionally, it is found that that Internet retailers&rsquo; price adjustments over time are up to 100 times smaller than conventional retailers&rsquo; price adjustments-presumably reflecting lower menu costs in Internet channels. Also found that that levels of price dispersion depend importantly on the measures employed. When comparing the prices posted by different Internet retailers, substantial dispersion is found. Internet retailer prices differ by an average of 33% for books and 25% for CDs. However, when these prices are weighed by proxies for market share, it is found that dispersion is lower in Internet channels than in conventional channels, reflecting the dominance of certain heavily branded retailers.

From Mission to Commercial Orientation: Perils and Possibilities for Federal Industrial Technology Policy
Type: ResearchFrom Mission to Commercial Orientation: Perils and Possibilities for Federal Industrial Technology Policy

From Mumbai to Adelaide: IT Professor build career on Data Mining
Type: News | Release Date: 8/23/2009
Carnegie Mellon IT Professor is a miner for data but major in IT field

From Niches to Riches
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2008
You want a book on cowboy poetry. So while you're out one day, you decide to stop by the big chain bookstore and see what it has. The selection is tiny — no more than a few — and none of them pique your interest. So you go home, get online, search Amazon.com and viola! 761 book titles and 18 song titles pop up.

Fulbright Colombia Webinar 2012
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Webinar slides from Colombia Fulbright Webinar 2012

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Carnegie Mellon credibility, state-of-the-art learning. A Master of Information Systems Management that counts.

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Fundamental Patent Reform and the Private Returns to R&D - The Case of Indian Pharmaceuticals
Type: ResearchHow do private returns to inventive activity change when IPR regimes are substantially strengthened? This paper investigates this question by looking at the impact of patent reforms in India on India-based pharmaceutical companies. In a fundamental policy shift, India agreed to introduce product patents for pharmaceuticals when it signed the WTO TRIPS treaty in 1995. This policy came into effect through an enabling legislation in 2000 and a final implementation in 2005. The dataset is a panel of 315 pharmaceutical firms from 1990 to 2005. Private returns of a firm are measured using a hedonic stock market valuation of the tangible total assets (A) and intangible inventive assets (K). The intangible assets are measured by stocks of R &amp; D expenditure at various literature specified depreciation rates. We normalize our intangibles with total assets, while using controls like firm sales and aggregate industry dummies in our estimations. The analysis covers stratified industry subsets and watershed periods to capture effects of regime changes. The method of estimation involves pooled OLS regressions with time dummies and fixed effects to account for firm-specific unobserved heterogeneity. We also use non-linear least squares with first differences as a robustness check for our results. The findings reveal a monotonic increase in private returns to inventive activity, with returns peaking around 2005, the year in which product patents were introduced in India. An increase in depreciation rates of R &amp; D implying higher obsolescence of R &amp; D activities results in increasing returns to R &amp; D for various subsets of the industry. This provides early evidence of the markets positively valuing more recent R &amp; D activities as firms shift their research capabilities with changes in the patent regime. &nbsp;

Fundamentals of Incident Handling (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/5/2011
This five-day course is for computer security incident response team (CSIRT) technical staff who have little or no incident handling experience. It provides a basic introduction to the main incident handling tasks and critical thinking skills that will help an incident handler perform their daily work. It is recommended to those new to incident handling work.

Future Tenant
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2008
Noise from the passing cars and buses mingle on a busy downtown street. Business suits and T-shirts share the sidewalk with the crisp white uniforms of culinary students on break from their school next door.

Future Tenant
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/11/2013

Future Tenant Receives Proclamation from Pittsburgh City Council
Type: News | Release Date: 3/21/2012
Future Tenant, a laboratory for artists, arts managers and audiences to explore relationships with art in downtown Pittsburgh, recently received a proclamation from Pittsburgh City Council declaring March 20, 2012, to be Future Tenant Day.

FUTUREMAKERS
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/22/2010

FUTURESPEAK - Australia's Leadership Speaker Series (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/22/2012
FUTURESPEAK provides global leaders at the coalface of public policy, information technology and management with a unique and dynamic platform to address critical issues facing communities and individuals.

FUTURESPEAK Leadership Speaker Series_Mike Rann
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/18/2012

FUTURESPEAK with Professor Daniel Nagin
Type: News | Release Date: 2/2/2011
Carnegie Mellon University - Australia proudly presents a FUTURESPEAK presentation with Professor Daniel Nagin.

FWS Job Request Form
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/8/2012

Gabriella Gonzalez
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Gainful Employment -HRMC
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/29/2013

Game On
Type: News | Release Date: 11/2/2011
For many in the IT sector Carnegie Mellon University – Australia Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) graduate Faizan Iftikhar has landed a dream job as Head of Product Development at The Game Boss.

Gap gets bigger
Type: ResearchMeara, Ellen R., Seth Richards, and David M. Cutler. 2008. &ldquo;The Gap Gets Bigger: Changes in Mortality and Life Expectancy by Education, 1981-2000.&rdquo; Health Affairs, 27(2): 350-360.

Gary Franko
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Gary Kaplan
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Gateway Communities 2.1
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/2/2009

Gaynor HCA
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/21/2011

General Contact Information for Alumni
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/23/2013
Alumni Relations contact information.

General Overview - 29OCT13
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/29/2013

General petition
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/28/2009

General Petition - No Student ID
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/12/2009

General-Petition
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/21/2008

George Duncan
Type: FacultyProfessor of Statistics, Emeritus

George Krumbhaar
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

George Whitmer
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Get Connected, Stay Connected
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/20/2010

Get the communication skills right and cut the multiple job applications says ACS Foundation chief
Type: News | Release Date: 5/12/2010
Modern information technology companies put communication skills at the top of their ‘most wanted’ job skills list, according to the Australian Computer Society Foundation chief, John Ridge.

Gift Options
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
Annual giving is the backbone of any educational institution or non-profit organization.

Girl Power Retreat PDF
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/1/2013

Giving Response Form
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/27/2013

Giving to Heinz College
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/25/2014
Your contributions further strengthen our ability to conduct cutting-edge research and high-quality education that impacts the public interest.

Global challenge
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2008
Heinz College Australia student, Xiayun “Sandy” Tan, is on the prestigious organizing committee for the Education without Borders Conference in Dubai.

Global Heinz
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/10/2013

Global Heinz (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/19/2009

Global Heinz
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Global Leaders in Applied Learning
Type: News | Release Date: 11/23/2010
Students from Carnegie Mellon University – Australia are global leaders in applied learning, contributing more than 20,000 hours of pro bono work annually to the local community, valued at more than $1 million.

Global MISM 21-Month Track
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/21/2013
For applicants interested in the opportunity for a global learning experience and professional development on two continents, in two cultures, which is especially valuable for students who intend to pursue a career in consulting, the 92-week track is designed to position you for a fast-track career in IT.

Global MISM 21-Month Track (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/3/2011

Global MISM 21-Month Track Incoming Class Profile (3 year average)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/26/2013
Incoming MISM Class of 2013 Profile.

Global MISM 21-Month Track Sample Schedule
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
Carnegie Mellon credibility, state-of-the-art learning. A Master of Information Systems Management that counts.

Global MISM COA
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/17/2013

Global MISM Estimated Cost of Attendance
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/16/2013

Global MISM Students Work on Teaching Kids Programming Language
Type: News | Release Date: 4/10/2013
Two students Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College’s Global Master of Information Science Management (MISM) program were recently featured on Australia’s ABC news network for their work with ALICE Project, which teaches kids and beginners computer programming language.

Global MSPPM COA
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/17/2013

Global MSPPM Estimated Cost of Attendance
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/17/2013

Global MSPPM Response Form
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/6/2011
Used by MSPPM admits who want accep the offer to switch to MSPPM Global track.

Global MSPPM Track
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/9/2013

Global MSPPM Track (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/3/2011

Global Poverty Project and Carnegie Mellon to fight extreme global poverty
Type: News | Release Date: 8/23/2009
1.4 billion people live in extreme poverty, but help is on the way as the Global Poverty Project takes off

GM and CMU Working on System to Help Drivers 'See' Through Fog
Type: News | Release Date: 3/22/2010
(USA Today) General Motors is working with CMU on a system that allows the unseen to become seen through the windshield of your car.

Good news for local prospective Carnegie Mellon students
Type: News | Release Date: 1/19/2010
Heinz College scholarships available for local prospective students.

Good Shepherd Volunteers
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Goodbye Kathy
Type: News | Release Date: 1/21/2009
Kathy Wooller recently resigned from Carnegie Mellon Australia.

Goodbye old friends and hello new friends
Type: News | Release Date: 5/13/2009
Goodbye old friends and hello new friends

Gordon Lewis
Type: FacultyAssociate Professor of Sociology

GorrSchneiderLargeChangePaper
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/28/2013

Governance Challenges and the Financial Crisis
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/28/2010

Government
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Governor's Farewell Function
Type: News | Release Date: 10/17/2011
On Friday 14 October, students from Carnegie Mellon University – Australia attended the 2011 Governor’s Farewell Function for International Students.

GPP Event Map
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/30/2009

Grace Hopper Celebration
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/9/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

Grace Hopper Celebration
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/10/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

Grace Hopper Celebration
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/8/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

Grad Reflects on Relief Effort
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2008
Two years after the devastating Indian Ocean Tsunami took more than 200,000 lives, Emily Eelman, an alumna of the H. John Heinz III College, is reflecting on the time she spent in Sri Lanka helping to rebuild.

Grad Roulette: Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College Honors Graduates in the Age of Social Media
Type: News | Release Date: 5/13/2011
CMU's Heinz College recently launched www.GradRoulette.com, an interactive site to honor its graduating students.

Grad School Search Presentation for Coro-Public Allies 2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/7/2013
Presentation slides from Heinz College presentation regarding general guide to considering graduate school for Coro Fellows and Executive Allies (Public Allies) on Pittsburgh Visit Day 04-nov-13

Graduate Degrees in Policy, Management and Technology
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/5/2012
Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College offers top-ranked graduate degree and executive education programs in public policy and information systems. Featuring a forward-thinking faculty, a comprehensive and innovative curriculum, cutting-edge research, excellent graduate career outcomes, and an outstanding roster of students, staff and alumni, Heinz College sets the standard for educating the next generation of global leaders.

Graduate Student Assembly
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Graduating Students Form
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/18/2008

Graduating Students' Checklist (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/16/2009

Graduation FAQs
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/11/2008

Graduation Invitation
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/11/2008

Graduation Outcomes
Type: News | Release Date: 4/30/2009
Graduation outcomes

Green Roof Project Leads to Student Competition
Type: News | Release Date: 1/14/2010
Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture faculty will choose several architecture student proposals to be used in an upcoming Heinz College Institute for Social Innovation case competition.

Greenlining Institute
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Greg Porter
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Grievance and Appeals Policy (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/25/2009

Grove City College
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Grove City College Health Professions Career Fair
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/7/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

GSA, CIOC and the Clinger-Cohen Competencies
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012

GTECH's Andrew Butcher named a Yoshiyama Young Entrepreneur
Type: News | Release Date: 10/27/2010
GTECH Strategies co-founder and Heinz College alum Andrew Butcher was named one of Hitachi Foundation's Yoshiyama Young Entrepreneurs, an honor that nationally recognizes the Pittsburgh company for its work in improving the lives of low-income individuals in America.

Guangwei Li
Type: FacultyPh.D. Student

Guidelines for Internship Supervisors
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/17/2010

Guidelines for Internship Supervisors
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/3/2010

Guns and Youth Violence: An Examination of Crime Guns in One City
Type: ResearchFirearms are an important factor in violent crimes. Nationally, the percentage of violent offenses that involve use of a firearm closely tracks changes in the supply of newly manufactured pistols (Figure 1). As more pistols became available their use in violent crimes increased. After 1985, firearms were especially implicated in the dramatic rise in juvenile homicide rates, both as victims (Fingerhut, 1993; Fingerhut, et al., 1998) and offenders (Blumstein, 1995). While juvenile rates of homicides by gun surged upward, both adult and nongun juvenile homicide rates remained relatively flat during the same period (Blumstein and Cork, 1996; Cork, 1996). While the link between guns and youth homicides is compelling in aggregate data, very little is known about how gun availability actually affects individual behavior among youth, whether that effect differs between young adults and juveniles, and whether that relationship has changed over time. The research discussed here examines spatial and temporal features of crime guns in one city. The analysis focuses on attributes of crime guns and those who possess them, the geographic sources of those guns, the distribution of crime guns over neighborhoods in a city, and the relationship between the prevalence of crime guns and incidence of violent crimes especially homicides.

Guru takes prize at Australian Computer Society Young IT awards
Type: News | Release Date: 11/2/2009
CMU IT student recognised for ICT promotion

Hacking Exposed
Type: News | Release Date: 12/3/2008
Carnegie Mellon University Australia students used a game devised by their teacher, Professor Anna Shillabeer, to learn how to defend against computer hackers and viruses.

HACU-HNIP Scholarship
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/26/2013

HACU-HSI Alumni Scholarship
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/26/2013

Haijing Hao
Type: FacultyPh.D. Student

Haiti After the Quake
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/28/2010

Handbook
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/19/2008

Handbook Chapter
Type: ResearchBrandimarte, L. and Acquisti, A. (2012). The Economics of Privacy. In M. Peitz and J. Waldfogel (Eds.), Handbook of the Digital Economy, Oxford University Press.

Handbook Course Pre-requisite PDF
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/22/2010

Handbook MSIT PDF
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/22/2010

Handbook MSIT-ITM PDF
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/22/2010

Handbook MSPPM 1 PDF
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/22/2010

Handbook MSPPM 2 PDF
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/22/2010

Hard work and dedication pays dividends for Dhaka student
Type: News | Release Date: 2/24/2010
Bangladesh Deputy Commissioner of Taxes mixed hard work and theatre in an Australian study-adventure he will always remember. He pays tribute to the faculty and says it was the most productive and prolific year of his life.

Hard work and Good Advice Leads MSIT Student to OneSteel Job
Type: News | Release Date: 7/16/2009
Indian student beats the odds and becomes 'man of steel' with new job.

Harold Miller
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Harold Safferstein
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Hasan to Address AMIA Symposium
Type: News | Release Date: 10/3/2008
Ph.D. student Sharique Hasan is presenting his work with George Duncan, Daniel Neill, and Rema Padman at the following conferences.

Haviland HCA
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/21/2011

HCPM Career Guide 2012
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/20/2014

HCPM Careers
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/4/2013

HCPM Chatham University 4+1 Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/13/2012
Heinz College offers an Accelerated Master’s Program to qualified Chatham University students.

HCPM Collaborative Accelerated Master’s Program with Allegheny College
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/1/2012

HCPM Common Courses
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

HCPM Costs & Financial Aid
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

HCPM Curriculum
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/16/2013
What makes the HCPM program superior to other universities is that our curriculum offers you a unique combination of coursework with three overlapping objectives.

HCPM Dual Degree
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/13/2013

HCPM Economics and Policy Track
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/9/2012

HCPM Elective Courses
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/3/2013

HCPM Employment Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/26/2014

HCPM Flier
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/13/2010

HCPM Handbook 08-09
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/6/2009

HCPM Handbook 2012-2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 6/10/2013

HCPM Health Courses
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

HCPM Information Technology and Operations Track
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/9/2012

HCPM Management and Organization Track
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/9/2012

HCPM Placement Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/18/2012

HCPM_2013_2014_Handbook
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/15/2013

HCPM_Handbook_101613
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/24/2014

HCPM_Placement_2014
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/26/2014

he Role of Foundations
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/2/2009

Health Care Analytics Poster
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/16/2011

Health Care Policy & Management
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/29/2014
The Master's of Science in Health Care Policy & Management at CMU's Heinz College prepares students to succeed in many types of careers within the health sector.

Health Care Policy and Management (MSHCPM)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/30/2013

Health Insurance and Immunization Requirements
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/1/2014

Health Systems Management
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/12/2013

Health-CARE
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/15/2011

Health-Care
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/15/2011

Health-Care12-5-11
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/15/2011

Health-Care12-5-11
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/15/2011

Healthcare & Information Technology
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/21/2012
iLab at Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College is an interdisciplinary research center consisting of faculty and students from the Heinz College, the Department of Statistics, the Department of Machine Learning, the School of Computer Science and the Tepper School of Business.

Healthcare Analytics: Transformation & Innovation for the Public Good
Type: News | Release Date: 12/8/2011
Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College recently partnered with IBM’s Institute for Electronic Government to present Healthcare Analytics: Transformation & Innovation for the Public Good, a workshop that focused on the use of data analytics in the health care industry to improve clinical quality, operational efficiency and patient safety.

Healthcare-Informatics.pdf
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/22/2011

Healthcare/Biotechnology
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
The United States spends over $2 trillion on Healthcare each year and the job market continues to flourish. Seven of the twenty fastest growing occupations are Healthcare related.

Heinz Alum Developing Socially Motivated Mobile App
Type: News | Release Date: 4/9/2009
H. John Heinz III College alumnus Lily Liu (MSPPM ’06) recently founded PublicStuff in an effort to facilitate the connection of people to their local government services and representatives.

Heinz Alum Honored for Contributions to Pittsburgh Community
Type: News | Release Date: 2/12/2010
La'Tasha Mayes, a 2005 graduate of the Master of Public Policy and Management program at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College, was recently honored during the City of Pittsburgh's "History in the Making: Honoring our Young African American Leaders of Today" event.

Heinz Alum Named CFO of Network Solutions
Type: News | Release Date: 5/18/2009
Heinz College Alumnus Miles Reidy (MSPPM '86) was recently named Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Network Solutions, a provider of online solutions for small businesses.

Heinz Alum Named India's Minister of Environment
Type: News | Release Date: 6/17/2009
Jairam Ramesh, a 1977 graduate of Heinz College's Public Policy and Management program, was recently named head of India's Ministry of Environment and Forests.

Heinz Alum Named Regional Director for National Parks Service
Type: News | Release Date: 8/6/2010
Heinz College Alumnus John A. Wessels has been named regional director of the National Park Service’s Intermountain Region, responsible for 92 parks and sites visited by more than 42 million people annually.

Heinz Alum Presents at TV Industry Festival
Type: News | Release Date: 10/21/2009
Heinz College alum Adam Wright (MEIM '09) recently spoke on a panel for the 2009 New York Television Festival.

Heinz Alum Recently Appointed Chair of Pakistan's Federal Board of Revenue
Type: News | Release Date: 6/3/2009
Sohail Ahmad, a 1987 graduate of the Master of Public Management program at Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College, was recently appointed chairman of Pakistan's Federal Board of Revenue.

Heinz Alum Running for Pittsburgh Council
Type: News | Release Date: 5/1/2009
On Tuesday, May 19, Heinz College Alumna Natalia Rudiak will be on the ballot in Pittsburgh as she runs for City Council out of the Steel City’s fourth district.

Heinz Alum Testing Google Glass for the Opera Industry
Type: News | Release Date: 11/19/2013
Carnegie Mellon University alumnus Thomas Rhodes (HNZ'11) is testing Google Glass for the opera industry. By applying the technology to the art form, he hopes to provide audiences with a new perspective that is entertaining and educational.

Heinz Alumna Deborah Kelly to Receive CMU Alumni Award
Type: News | Release Date: 10/26/2009
Deborah C. Kelly (HNZ '94) will receive a Carnegie Mellon Alumni Award as part of its Homecoming Weekend, Oct. 29-Nov. 1.

Heinz Alumni Discuss Research in Innovation and the Foreclosure Crisis at Washington Colloquium Panel
Type: News | Release Date: 12/7/2012
Three alumni recently joined the Heinz College’s Washington Colloquium at the Carnegie Endowment for National Peace in Washington D.C. for a panel on applied policy research for students. The panelists shared their experiences with recent research on several topics related to the U.S. economy in the wake of the Great Recession.

Heinz CareerNavigator Online Recruiting System
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/27/2014
CareerNavigator (powered by Symplicity) is Carnegie Mellon's online recruiting system. Employers can request accounts to post jobs, request interviews and information sessions, and review student resumes. Students can submit resumes, RSVP to events, sign up for interviews and find contact information for thousands of recruiters.

Heinz College - LA Office
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Heinz College - Pittsburgh Exchange Program (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/23/2012
This document is intended to provide current Heinz College students studying in Pittsburgh or Adelaide with information related to the exchange program available between the two campuses. This information pertains solely to students currently enrolled at either of the Heinz Colleges’ locations. Students may participate in the exchange program for one semester and must spend the first and last semesters at their home campus.

Heinz College - Pittsburgh Exchange Program (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/14/2011
This document is intended to provide current Heinz College students studying in Pittsburgh or Adelaide with information related to the exchange program available between the two campuses. This information pertains solely to students currently enrolled at either of the Heinz Colleges’ locations. Students may participate in the exchange program for one semester and must spend the first and last semesters at their home campus.

Heinz College - Washington DC
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/16/2012

Heinz College Academic Calendar
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/13/2014
Information specific to Heinz College students.

Heinz College Academic Calendar 2011 - 2012
Type: File | Last Modified: 6/6/2011

Heinz College Alum Gives Life to History
Type: News | Release Date: 4/19/2010
"Give life to history." That's Daniel Holland's motto and he aims to accomplish it by invigorating historic preservation through the youth of our communities.

Heinz College Alum Named Executive Director of the Austin Symphony Orchestra
Type: News | Release Date: 2/10/2009
The Austin Symphony Orchestra has named Galen Wixson as the organization’s new executive director.

Heinz College Alumna Appointed to Pennsylvania Long-Term Care Commission
Type: News | Release Date: 3/20/2014
Sharon Alexander Keilly, a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College’s Masters of Public Management Program (MPM ’86), has been appointed to Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett’s newly created Pennsylvania Long-Term Care Commission.

Heinz College Alumni Association Board Announces New Members
Type: News | Release Date: 9/9/2010
Heinz College Alumni Association Board President Teresa Allison provides an update on AAB's new board members.

Heinz College Alumni Profile: Jay Palat, MSIT, 2004
Type: News | Release Date: 9/23/2010
Jay Palat, MSIT '04, is the senior software architect for ModCloth. Hear his story, along with other ModCloth-employed CMU graduates, at an event hosted by the Carnegie Mellon University Alumni Association.

Heinz College Alumni Recognized at 40 Under 40 Awards
Type: News | Release Date: 11/9/2012
The annual 40 Under 40 Awards were held in Pittsburgh on November 2nd and three of Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College alumnae were honored at the event. Among the 40 exceptional individuals recognized were Kathryn Heidemann, a Masters of Arts Management (MAM) alumna and current MAM program director; Allison Sanders, a MAM alumna; and Julie Butcher Pezzino, a Masters of Science in Public Policy & Management (MSPPM) alumna.

Heinz College Alumnus Completes Ford Foundation Fellowship
Type: News | Release Date: 10/12/2009
Heinz College alumnus Steve Wray (MSPPM '89), executive director of the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia, has successfully completed the Fellowship for Regional Sustainable Development, funded by the Ford Foundation.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Andrew Park, MSBTM 2008
Type: News | Release Date: 3/20/2009
Andrew Park (MSBTM 2008) is a business analyst for GlaxoSmithKline.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Ankush Gupta, MISM 2008
Type: News | Release Date: 4/2/2009
Ankush Gupta (MISM '08) recently created Vigyaapan Technologies, based in Mumbai, India, which analyzes social networks to maximize the efficiency of targeted advertising.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Ardhendu Bhatia, MISM 2008
Type: News | Release Date: 1/11/2010
Ardhendu Bhatia (MISM '08) is a business technology consultant with Deloitte Consulting.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Celeste Emrick, MPM 1997
Type: News | Release Date: 2/17/2010
Celeste Emrick (MPM '97) is a regional services manager for the PA Department of Health's Division of Nursing Care Facilities.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Chong Ee, MSPPM 1996
Type: News | Release Date: 5/20/2009
Chong Ee (MSPPM '96) is the director of compliance and accounting process for ZipRealty, Inc.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Chuck Reynolds, MISM 2007
Type: News | Release Date: 11/17/2009
Chuck Reynolds (MISM '07) is a consultant with Deloitte Consulting's technology group.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Dr. Howard B. Slaughter, Jr., MPM 1995
Type: News | Release Date: 3/10/2009
Dr. Howard B. Slaughter, Jr., is the CEO of Landmarks Community Capital Corporation (LCCC), a nonprofit organization formed a year ago by the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation (PHLF).

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Greg Bednarski, MSISPM 2004
Type: News | Release Date: 10/16/2009
Greg Bednarski (MSISPM 2004) is a computer scientist with the United States Department of Defense.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Jennie S. Lake, MEIM 2008
Type: News | Release Date: 3/16/2009
Jennie S. Lake (MEIM 2008) is the director of development for Make It Happen Productions.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Jennifer Chubinski, MSPPM 2000
Type: News | Release Date: 3/19/2010
Jennifer Chubinski (MSPPM '00) is the director of health data improvement for the Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Jessica Pryor, MSPPM, 2008
Type: News | Release Date: 8/23/2010
Jessica Pryor is a program coordinator in the Center for AIDS Health Disparities Research at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, TN.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Joel M. Rubin, MSPPM 1998
Type: News | Release Date: 4/14/2010
Joel M. Rubin (MSPPM '98) is the Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer for the National Security Network.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Josh Caplan, MSISPM 2007
Type: News | Release Date: 6/11/2010
Josh Caplan (MSISPM '07) is a project manager and information assurance engineer for the Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center Pacific.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Justin Leader, MEIM, 2009
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2010
What if your iPhone could send a discreet signal to friends and family when you were in danger? How many lives could potentially be saved if mobile phones could send safety alerts with exact GPS coordinates to Facebook news feeds or Twitter streams? With the development of Silent Bodyguard, a new application designed for the iPhone and Blackberry mobile platforms, Justin Leader (MEIM, ’09) is turning our everyday handheld devices into personal guardians.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Karen Lightman, MSPPM 1994
Type: News | Release Date: 4/20/2009
Karen Lightman (MSPPM 1994) is the Managing Director of MEMS Industry Group (MIG).

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Lara Alderson, MSPPM 1999
Type: News | Release Date: 9/9/2009
Lara Alderson (MSPPM 1999) is a manager with Deloitte Consulting.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Laurie Ellington, MSPPM, 2008
Type: News | Release Date: 1/28/2012
Laurie Ellington (MSPPM, 2008) is a Legislative Assistant in the Office of Congressman Ed Pastor (D-Arizona).

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Lily Liu, MSPPM 2006
Type: News | Release Date: 3/3/2010
Lily Liu (MSPPM 2006) is the founder and CEO of PublicStuff, an online platform that connects people and local governments.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Matt Bell, MSPPM 1999
Type: News | Release Date: 6/2/2010
Matt Bell (MSPPM '99) is an investment manager with Pacific Rim Equity Investments and the founder of the American Tai Chi and Qigong Association.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Matt Kopans, MAM 2006
Type: News | Release Date: 3/5/2009
Matt Kopans (MAM 06) is the director of the Center for the Arts at Albright College in Reading, PA.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Maury Burgwin, MPM 2001
Type: News | Release Date: 4/2/2010
Maury Burgwin (MPM '01) is the chairman of the Pittsburgh office of The Institute for Management Studies (IMS).

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Nicole Tichon, MSPPM 2001
Type: News | Release Date: 5/13/2010
Nicole Tichon (MSPPM '01) is a tax and budget analyst for the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG).

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Norliza Rofli, MAM 1993
Type: News | Release Date: 3/10/2010
Norliza Rofli is the director general of arts and culture for the Malaysian government.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Phil Burdette, MISM, 2009
Type: News | Release Date: 8/10/2010
Phil Burdette (MISM, 2009) is a malware analyst for CERT.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Sarah Benvenuti, MAM 2006
Type: News | Release Date: 3/6/2009
Sarah Benvenuti (MAM 2006) is the managing director for Curious Theatre Company in Denver, CO.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Steven B. Denson, MSPPM, 1993
Type: News | Release Date: 9/21/2010
Steven B. Denson (MSPPM, 1993) is a Lecturer/Director of Diversity at Southern Methodist University.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Takahide Tsuchiya, MAM, 1996
Type: News | Release Date: 8/17/2010
Takahide Tsuchiya is the Senior Coordinator of Exhibitions with Mori Art Museum in Tokyo. He oversees managerial aspects of exhibitions and public programs conducted by curators, coordinators, and educators.

Heinz College Alumnus Profile: Thomas G. Lundquist, MMM 2000
Type: News | Release Date: 1/27/2010
Thomas Lundquist (MMM '00) is the Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Wexford Health Sources, Inc.

Heinz College and UPMC Team Up for Bold Data Analytics Program
Type: News | Release Date: 2/1/2013
Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College has begun a groundbreaking new partnership with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center this month with the launch of the UPMC Data Analytics Certificate Program.

Heinz College Application Process
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/10/2013

Heinz College Arts Management Graduate Program Kicks Off A Yearlong 25th Anniversary Celebration
Type: News | Release Date: 11/20/2012
The Master of Arts Management program at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College kicked off its 25th year with an informational symposium and a celebratory cruise.

Heinz College Australia
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/13/2013

Heinz College Australia Students Design Water Quality App
Type: News | Release Date: 5/9/2013
Seven students from the Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) program have developed Water2Mobile, a mobile/tablet app designed to help the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources record groundwater samples in remote areas.

Heinz College Career Services Update: Fall 2010
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/7/2014

Heinz College Career Services Update: Fall 2011
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/7/2014

Heinz College Career Services Update: Spring 2011
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/7/2014

Heinz College Celebrates the Relaunch of its Center for Economic Development
Type: News | Release Date: 10/21/2009
On September 30, 2009, Heinz College and the Smart Growth Club celebrated the launch of a revitalized Center for Economic Development (CED), an arm of the College which has conducted applied research for the institutions, communities, and economy of the Pittsburgh region for the past 22 years. Under Dean Ramayya Krishnan and new Academic Director Lowell Taylor, the research mission of the CED has been placed in the hands of Heinz students who will now have the support and guidance of CED’s Fellows -- top leaders of the region’s most influential and innovative organizations in economic development. 

Heinz College Center Receives Grant To Mitigate Violence In Liberia’s Upcoming Elections
Type: News | Release Date: 12/8/2010
The Center for International Policy and Innovation (CIPI) at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College has received a grant from Humanity United to organize a conference on mitigating violence in Liberia’s upcoming elections.

Heinz College Club Fair
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 8/27/2014
Stop by to learn more about all of the different student organizations at Heinz! Speak to club representatives to learn about events, activities, and how you can get involved!

Heinz College Co-Sponsoring CMU Pitch Competition
Type: News | Release Date: 3/16/2010
Heinz College is co-sponsoring CMU's Open Innovation Competition, giving students an opportunity to pitch an idea to a Silicon Valley venture capitalist.

Heinz College Co-Sponsors a Visit from Steve Forbes
Type: News | Release Date: 11/22/2010
Recently, Heinz College co-sponsored a conversation with Steve Forbes, Chairman and CEO of Forbes Media. A widely respected economic prognosticator, author and winner of several prestigious awards, Forbes also writes editorials for each issue of Forbes magazine.

Heinz College Congratulates Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Winning Nobel Peace Prize
Type: News | Release Date: 10/13/2011
Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College congratulates Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on receiving the Nobel Peace Prize. Awarded annually, the highly regarded and internationally recognized prize is given to the person who, according to the Prize’s namesake Alfred Nobel, has “done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses.”

Heinz College Congratulates the 2013 MSIT-MATI Graduates
Type: News | Release Date: 1/15/2014
Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College was proud to announce the 2013 MSIT-MATI graduates this past December. The program, which is a dual degree with Heinz’s Master of Science in Information Technology program and Tecnológico de Monterrey, is currently geared towards working IT professionals in Mexico, Central, and South America.

Heinz College DC Student Profiles
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/26/2012

Heinz College DC Students Meet with Senator Bob Casey
Type: News | Release Date: 4/6/2010
Students in Heinz College's MSPPM in DC program had the opportunity to meet privately with U.S. Senator Bob Casey from Pennsylvania in his office on Capitol Hill.

Heinz College Dean to Lead Editor Search for Prestigious Information Systems Journal
Type: News | Release Date: 4/21/2010
Ramayya Krishnan, Ph.D., Dean of Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College, has been tapped to lead the search for the next editor-in-chief of 'Information Systems Research,' a leading international IS publication.

Heinz College Diploma & Awards Ceremony
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 5/16/2015
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Heinz College Directories (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/24/2008

Heinz College Earns "Military Friendly School" Distinction
Type: News | Release Date: 8/21/2009
G.I. Jobs magazine has included Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College and its Tepper School of Businesson its 2010 list of "Military Friendly Schools." This distinction recognizes the schools' efforts to attract and retain military personnel and veterans as students and acknowledges the excellence toward meeting their educational needs.

Heinz College Enters Partnership with Education Pioneers
Type: News | Release Date: 3/4/2014
Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College has just entered into an exciting partnership with Education Pioneers. The partnership allows scholarship opportunities for Education Pioneers' Analyst Fellows and alumni of the Analyst Fellowship enrolling as full-time students in a Heinz College master’s program.

Heinz College Entrepreneurs Develop a Smart Mirror
Type: News | Release Date: 10/28/2009
A group of Masters of Information Systems Management students have developed a real-time personal shopper with the help of the Keith Block Entrepreneurship Fund.

Heinz College Faculty Conduct Leading-Edge Research on Digital Rights, Piracy and Online Markets
Type: News | Release Date: 12/6/2010
The technology explosion that began during the last decade continues to influence the way consumers obtain, digest and store information. The same technological shift has drastically impacted the bottom lines of digital content providers such as record labels, book publishers and production studios. Michael Smith and Rahul Telang, two professors at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, have been conducting research they hope will provide insight to methods and tactics content providers can employ to thrive in this digital environment.

Heinz College Faculty Leads Workshop in Mexico
Type: News | Release Date: 3/22/2010
Heinz College Associate Dean Andy Wasser and professors Chris Labash and Ed Barr traveled to Tampico, Mexico to teach a workshop on global sourcing and business communications.

Heinz College Faculty Named to National ALS Association Board
Type: News | Release Date: 4/9/2012
Heinz College instructor Chris Brussalis, President and CEO of the The Hill Group, Inc., was recently appointed to the National Board of Trustees for the ALS Association.

Heinz College Faculty Published in Computing Society Magazine
Type: News | Release Date: 2/9/2009
Heinz College economics professor Ashish Arora, was recently published in the Association for Computing Machinery's flagship publication.

Heinz College Faculty Spotlight: Jack Chow
Type: News | Release Date: 11/8/2011
Heinz College Washington DC is an education, public service and research center aimed at building connections between Carnegie Mellon University and national and international policy makers.

Heinz College Faculty to Appear on Australia's 'TODAY'
Type: News | Release Date: 3/11/2009
Heinz College Professor Linda Babcock will talk about her new book on Australia's television news show 'TODAY.'

Heinz College Fall Visitation
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/8/2014

Heinz College Final Grades Due by 5pm
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 12/15/2014
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Heinz College Grades Due by 5PM
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 8/11/2014
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Heinz College Grades due by 5pm
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 8/10/2015
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Heinz College Graduate Degree Named A Top Data Analytics Program
Type: News | Release Date: 2/6/2013
Heinz College's graduate MISM Degree has been named A Top Data Analytics Program by Information Week.

Heinz College Hosts "When It Rains: A Discussion Panel on the Future of Our Region's Water Infrastructure"
Type: News | Release Date: 12/1/2011
Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College recently hosted a discussion panel on the future of our regions’s water structure. Presented by the Smart Growth Club at Heinz College, “When it Rains” was moderated by CMU President Dr. Jared L. Cohen.

Heinz College Hosts "Winning in Life Sciences Start-Ups"
Type: News | Release Date: 3/11/2011
The Master of Science in Biotechnology and Management (MSBTM) program at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College and the Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse (PLSG) recently hosted 12 students from the College of Management Academic Studies in Israel for a course on entrepreneurship in the biotechnology industry.

Heinz College Hosts Intelligent Action Week
Type: News | Release Date: 5/10/2010
The Dean's Leadership Fellow's Intelligent Action Week events promote innovation at the Heinz College.

Heinz College Hosts MSIT-MATI Cohort from Latin America
Type: News | Release Date: 8/1/2012
Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College hosted a cohort of students from Mexico, Central and South America on its Pittsburgh campus. The students took part in a week-long orientation workshop for Heinz College's MSIT - MATI program, a dual degree partnership through which graduates receive both a masters degree from CMU and a masters degree from Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico.

Heinz College Hosts Orientation Week 2009
Type: News | Release Date: 8/20/2009
Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College hosted Orientation Week 2009 from August 14-21 and welcomed a new class of students to campus.

Heinz College Hosts Screening and Discussion of Suburban Revitalization Documentary Series
Type: News | Release Date: 6/8/2010
Rick Stafford, Distinguished Service Professor of Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, was recently joined by CMU students and a panel of experts from around the Pittsburgh region for a screening of the documentary series, "The New Metropolis" and a discussion of the challenges of America’s inner ring suburbs.

Heinz College Hosts Social Media Panel
Type: News | Release Date: 3/22/2010
Heinz College recently hosted a panel on social media. Watch the full video.

Heinz College Hosts the 2010 Keith Block Entrepreneurial Pitch Competition
Type: News | Release Date: 4/28/2010
Seven teams of Carnegie Mellon University students delivered their very best elevator pitches to a panel of judges for Heinz College's 2010 Keith Block Entrepreneurial Competition.

Heinz College Hosts Transportation Panel
Type: News | Release Date: 2/17/2010
Heinz College's Smart Growth Club, in conjunction with Carnegie Mellon’s Traffic21 research initiative, recently hosted a panel of distinguished Western Pennsylvanian citizens to discuss the future of the area’s transportation system.

Heinz College Innovation Exchange - Video
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/7/2014

Heinz College Introduces New College-Wide Courses
Type: News | Release Date: 4/6/2010
Heinz College recently announced a new course structure that reinforces its ongoing effort to connect students from its public policy and information systems degree programs.

Heinz College Kicks Off Unity Week
Type: News | Release Date: 4/22/2009
Heinz College Unity Week is scheduled for April 21-25, 2009.

Heinz College Launches a New Student Resource Directory
Type: News | Release Date: 1/25/2010
Based on student feedback, Heinz College recently launched a new and improved Student Resource Directory.

Heinz College Launches New Student Fellowship in Economic Development
Type: News | Release Date: 7/23/2013
The Heinz College’s Center for Economic Development is pleased to announce a new opportunity for students interested in the policy and practice of economic and community development in the United States. The Heinz Fellowship in Economic Development will be awarded to one or two promising new MSPPM students a year that demonstrate a serious interest in this field.

Heinz College Launches Transportation Research Initiative
Type: News | Release Date: 11/2/2009
Directed by Heinz College’s Distinguished Service Professor and Center for Economic Development faculty Rick Stafford, Traffic21 is a new University initiative intended to advance new areas of research in intelligent transportation that can be linked to regional demonstrations and deployments.

Heinz College LinkedIn Group Grows As the Professional Social Network Surpasses 100 Million Users Worldwide
Type: News | Release Date: 3/29/2011
LinkedIn, the online social network for professionals and job seekers, announced Tuesday the platform had surpassed 100 million users worldwide. While the Heinz College LinkedIn group has not amassed those kinds of numbers, the nearly 3,000 students and alumni connecting through the platform have developed a dynamic community that shares job opportunities, professional references and networking advice.

Heinz College Masters Programs General Webinar 18sep13
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/18/2013
Presentation slides from Heinz College webinar overview of all master's programs 18-September-2013

Heinz College Moves Up in U.S. News and World Report Rankings
Type: News | Release Date: 3/16/2012
The 2013 rankings for U.S. News and World Report's Best Grad Schools in Public Affairs were recently released and Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College has moved up on the prestigious list. Consistently a top-ten school, Heinz College placed ninth overall, one position higher than its #10 ranking in 2008.

Heinz College MSBTM Student Hired by Major Pharmaceutical Firm
Type: News | Release Date: 4/1/2010
Tanya Bhavnani will be participating in a management rotation program, learning various business aspects of the pharmaceutical industry.

Heinz College News
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/31/2012

Heinz College Org Chart
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/23/2010

Heinz College Orientation Week
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/7/2014

Heinz College Overview - 17sep12
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/21/2012
Presentation Slides from Heinz College General Overview Webinar on 9-17-12

Heinz College Partners with American Accent Specialist to Provide International Students with Edge in Workplace
Type: News | Release Date: 12/3/2010
As the workplace becomes more global and job competition intensifies, communication skills are more critical than ever. For non-native speakers of English, the challenge is compounded. In order to address this emerging reality, Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College has partnered with pronunciation expert Judy Tobe to help give international students a competitive advantage when seeking employment.

Heinz College Partners with StartingBloc
Type: News | Release Date: 1/29/2009
Through its partnership with StartingBloc, Heinz College will gain access to an international pool of social entrepreneurs and thought leaders who share a passion for public service.

Heinz College Partnerships
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/7/2014

Heinz College Ph.D. Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/26/2013

Heinz College Ph.D. Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/26/2013
The Ph.D. program at Heinz College equips students to address the increasing complexity of policy, management, and information systems and technology issues.

Heinz College Ph.D. Program Application Process
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
Application process for students interested in pursuing the PhD degree.

Heinz College Ph.D. Program Class Profile (3-Year Average)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Heinz College Ph.D. Program Class Profile (3-Year Average)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012

Heinz College Ph.D. Program Creates Two Awards for Research Excellence
Type: News | Release Date: 5/19/2011
The Ph.D. program at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College has established the Suresh Konda and George Duncan Awards, through generous support from the Konda Family and George Duncan. The awards are given out annually to the best Ph.D. student first and second papers, respectively.

Heinz College Ph.D. Program Joint Degrees
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/16/2013
To further expand your knowledge and proficiency in public policy and management, we offer a unique chance for you to acquire one of these joint dual degrees.

Heinz College Ph.D. Program Joint Degrees
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
To further expand your knowledge and proficiency in information systems and management, we offer a unique chance for you to acquire one of these joint dual degrees.

Heinz College Ph.D. Program Placement Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/28/2013
Employers of Ph.D. Graduates.

Heinz College Ph.D. Program Placement Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/28/2013
Employers of Ph.D. Graduates.

Heinz College Ph.D. Programs' Application Process
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/29/2014
Application process for students interested in pursuing the PhD degree.

Heinz College PhD Program: Research at the Intersection of Technology and Innovation
Type: News | Release Date: 5/5/2011
Ali Shams and Matej Drev, both PhD students at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College, discuss their research at the intersection of technology and innovation.

Heinz College PhD Student Wins Best Student Paper at CIST 2012
Type: News | Release Date: 11/2/2012
Yan Huang, an information systems and management PhD student at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, was recently awarded the Best Doctoral Student Paper at the Seventeenth Conference on Information Systems and Technology (CIST) in Phoenix, AZ.

Heinz College Prepares to Honor its Class of 2011
Type: News | Release Date: 5/11/2011
On Saturday, May 14, Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College will honor more than 500 graduating students.

Heinz College Professor Addresses African Electoral Violence at Conference in Ghana
Type: News | Release Date: 4/7/2010
Jendayi Frazer, PhD, a distinguished public service professor at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College, recently helped plan a conference focused on reducing electoral violence in sub-Saharan Africa.

Heinz College Professor Denise M. Rousseau Receives Career Service Award
Type: News | Release Date: 9/9/2010
Denise M. Rousseau, Professor of Organizational Behavior and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College and the Tepper School of Business, has received a Career Service Award from the Academy of Management, an international association for scholars and practitioners dedicated to creating and disseminating knowledge about management and organizations.

Heinz College Professor Named to Prison Advisory Board
Type: News | Release Date: 4/12/2010
Alfred Blumstein, professor of Urban Systems and Operations Research at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College, was recently appointed to the Pennsylvania Prison Society's (PPS) advisory council.

Heinz College Professor Receives Liberian Humanitarian Award
Type: News | Release Date: 7/22/2010
Dr. Jendayi Frazer, a Distinguished Service Professor at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College and a leading architect of U.S.-Africa policy over the last decade, has been awarded the Distinction of Dame Grand Commander in the Humane Order of African Redemption by Liberia’s President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

Heinz College Professor Receives Prestigious National Science Foundation Award for Machine Learning Research
Type: News | Release Date: 4/13/2010
Daniel B. Neill, an assistant professor of information systems at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College, has been named a winner of the National Science Foundation's (NSF) prestigious Early Career Development award for his machine learning research.

Heinz College Professor Selected for Engineering Symposium
Type: News | Release Date: 6/25/2009
Michael Smith, associate professor of information technology and marketing at H. John Heinz III College, has been selected to participate in the National Academy of Engineering's (NAE) 15th annual U.S. Frontiers of Engineering symposium.

Heinz College Professor Wins Awards for Social Media Research
Type: News | Release Date: 10/16/2012
Alessandro Acquisti, an associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, was recently honored with two prestigious awards for his social media privacy research.

Heinz College Professor Wins IBM Faculty Award
Type: News | Release Date: 11/14/2012
Rema Padman, a Professor of Management Science & Healthcare Informatics at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, was recently presented with a 2012 IBM Faculty Award.

Heinz College Programs Director finds Asian demand strong
Type: News | Release Date: 7/5/2010
Australian Programs Director finds Carnegie Mellon’s strong reputation stretches far and wide.

Heinz College Programs Named Best in the Nation
Type: News | Release Date: 12/2/2013
Master's in Data Science names Heinz College's MISM degree as one of the nation's best data science programs.

Heinz College Project Team Offers Carnegie Mellon Students a Better Ride
Type: News | Release Date: 11/23/2009
Using the GPS function of Google G1 phones that were deployed on the Carnegie Mellon University Shuttle system, a Heinz College project team has built a tool called myRide that identifies a vehicle's location, predicts its arrival time at a future stop, and displays the information on a website.

Heinz College Prospectus
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/15/2012

Heinz College Public Service Fair Connects Students with Area Non-Profit Organizations
Type: News | Release Date: 9/13/2010
On September 8, 2010, the Career Services department at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College hosted its annual Public Service Fair, an event designed to match area non-profit organizations with students who have received a Federal Community Service Work Study Award.

Heinz College Research Featured in NY Times Magazine
Type: News | Release Date: 1/6/2010
Heinz College research by Alessandro Acquisti and Ralph Gross was recently featured in the New York Times Magazine's 9th Annual Year in Ideas edition.

Heinz College Researchers Find Social Security Numbers Can Be Predicted from Publicly Available Information
Type: News | Release Date: 7/6/2009
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon's H. John Heinz III College have shown that public information readily gleaned from governmental sources, commercial data bases, or online social networks can be used to routinely predict most — and sometimes all — of an individual’s nine-digit Social Security number.

Heinz College Researchers Win National Institutes of Health Award
Type: News | Release Date: 12/26/2012
Amelia Haviland and Seth Richards-Shubik, professors from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, recently received two awards from the National Institutes of Health for their research on Consumer Directed Health Plans and on employer-based wellness programs.

Heinz College School of PPM COA
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/15/2014

Heinz College Seeking Candidates for Faculty Position in Societal-Scale Data Analysis
Type: News | Release Date: 11/1/2011
Heinz College is seeking tenure-track candidates at the assistant professor level with strong training in statistical machine learning and data mining and a demonstrated commitment to addressing challenging applications in important societal or management contexts.

Heinz College Social Media Directory
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/11/2013

Heinz College Social Media Directory
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/5/2013

Heinz College Social Media Directory
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/5/2013

Heinz College Social Media Directory
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/21/2014

Heinz College Sponsors CMU Climate Change Symposium
Type: News | Release Date: 2/2/2009
Energy economist and best-selling author Peter Tertzakian will kick off Pittsburgh's Focus the Nation Global Climate Change Symposium, sponsored in part by H. John Heinz III College.

Heinz College Student Contributes to Congressional Committee Hearing Testimony
Type: News | Release Date: 7/12/2010
Just a few weeks into her summer internship, Joy Swain (MS-DC 2011) found herself at the front lines of a congressional committee hearing about the US supply chain in Afghanistan.

Heinz College Student Handbook
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/6/2012

Heinz College Student is a 'Hero'
Type: News | Release Date: 5/10/2010
Alex Brant, a Master of Public Policy and Management student at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College, was recently recognized by CMU for helping a woman who had been hit by a car.

Heinz College Student One of Top 10 CTOs
Type: News | Release Date: 3/18/2009
Brian Neely, a student in H. John Heinz III College's Master of Information Systems and Management distance track, was recently named one of America's top chief technology officers by ExecutiveBiz.

Heinz College Student Organizations
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/21/2013

Heinz College Student Policy Manual 2011-2012
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/29/2011

Heinz College Student Profile: Roderick Craighead, MPM
Type: News | Release Date: 3/10/2010
Roderick Craighead, Jr. is a current Master of Public Management student at Heinz College with a concentration in management.

Heinz College Student Receives Yahoo! Fellowship
Type: News | Release Date: 3/23/2010
Jonathan Muller, a first year MISM graduate student at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College, has been selected as the Yahoo! iSTEP 2010 Fellow, a program organized by the TechBridgeWorld research group at Carnegie Mellon University.

Heinz College Student Research Yields Valuable Blood Donation Process Improvement Recommendations
Type: News | Release Date: 3/15/2010
Health Care Policy and Management students from Carnegie Mellon’s H. John Heinz III College partnered with Central Blood Bank of Pittsburgh and its parent organization, the Institute for Transfusion Medicine (ITxM), to evaluate and improve the blood donation process.

Heinz College Student Resource Directory
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/16/2014
Welcome to the information hub for current Heinz College students.

Heinz College Student Seeks to Make a Meaningful Match
Type: News | Release Date: 2/27/2009
Heinz College student Gerardo Hernandez Arroyo wants to play matchmaker, but his vision has nothing to do with roses and dinner dates. Arroyo recently submitted a proposal titled “CanDoHouses: Suitable and Affordable Homes” to the Dell Social Innovation Competition, a worldwide challenge created by the RGK Center at The University of Texas and Dell to identify the most ingenious and innovative ideas for social change.

Heinz College Student, Alumni Honored as 'Men of Excellence'
Type: News | Release Date: 2/2/2010
One Heinz College student and two alumni were among 50 men recently honored for their accomplishments in the Pittsburgh community.

Heinz College Students Attend Harvard International Development Conference
Type: News | Release Date: 5/5/2010
The Heinz College International Development Group recently represented Carnegie Mellon University at the annual Harvard international development conference.

Heinz College Students Attend Sundance Film Festival
Type: News | Release Date: 2/13/2009
While networking opportunities are an important part of any graduate-level education experience, this is especially true for students hoping to work in the entertainment industry. A group of Master of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM) students recently spent several days at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, mingling with industry leaders and building invaluable relationships.

Heinz College Students Develop Mobile Customer Support Tool for GE Sales Reps
Type: News | Release Date: 11/30/2009
New handheld technology developed by students from Heinz College's Master of Information Systems & Management program is boosting productivity for a GE sales team, as it can now use a mobile device to match a customer's needs with the company's offerings -- all while sitting in the customer's office.

Heinz College Students Help Design a Park in the Sky
Type: News | Release Date: 2/2/2010
The High Point Park competition recently challenged students to theoretically transform a one-acre roof in downtown Pittsburgh.

Heinz College Students Help Develop Health Record Technology
Type: News | Release Date: 3/16/2010
Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College recently partnered with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), Google Health and dbMotion to develop personal health record (PHR) technology.

Heinz College Students Lead Haiti Support Effort
Type: News | Release Date: 2/15/2010
A Heinz College student-driven fundraising effort has contributed more than $5,000 to Haiti relief.

Heinz College Students Meet Former U.S. Presidents and High-Profile Alumni at UBS Event
Type: News | Release Date: 11/6/2012
Students from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College took part in a pair of events held by UBS Wealth Management Services on October 18th. The first event was America’s Growth. Your Future, which allowed students to take part in a special discussion with Anita Sands, head of Wealth Management Americas Change Leadership at UBS and a Master of Science of Public Policy Management (MSPPM) alumna. The second event was Revitalizing America, which included speeches from three state governors as well as former presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.

Heinz College Students Participate in International Development Conference
Type: News | Release Date: 4/20/2009
A group of students from Carnegie Mellon's H. John Heinz III College recently participated in this year’s International Development Conference at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. In addition, Heinz College facilitated a social enterprise workshop led by Professor Jerr Boschee.

Heinz College Students Participate in the PPIA Junior Summer Institute
Type: News | Release Date: 10/7/2010
During the summer of 2009, Leticia Matta and Ayana Russell (both MSPPM '12) participated in the Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Junior Summer Institute, a six-week program that allows undergraduates to take graduate level courses.

Heinz College Students Partner with U.S. Secret Service on Digital Forensics Capstone Project
Type: News | Release Date: 1/10/2012
Six students currently enrolled in the School of Information Systems and Management at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College have teamed up with the United States Secret Service on a capstone project that could potentially help the agency bridge disconnected investigations.

Heinz College Students Take Part in International Strategic Crisis Negotiation Exercise
Type: News | Release Date: 4/4/2014
Last week, students from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College took part in the International Strategic Crisis Negotiation Exercise (ISCNE), a two-day experiential learning simulation.

Heinz College Students Tour Industrial Parks Redeveloped from Brownfield Sites
Type: News | Release Date: 9/28/2012
A busload of Heinz students got a close hand look at the results of one of the strategies that thrust Pittsburgh onto the world’s stage as a leader in re-industrialization.

Heinz College Students Win $1 Million Global Case Challenge
Type: News | Release Date: 4/27/2012
A team of Master of Public Management students from Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College recently won a $1 Million global case competition.

Heinz College Systems Projects: Impacts in Africa
Type: News | Release Date: 1/21/2011
In Monrovia, Liberia, among the cadre of UN officials, aid workers and foreign attachés, a group of Carnegie Mellon graduate students is assisting the government’s ministries devise strategy and policy innovation to revitalize the nation’s economy, promote civil order and equity, and improve the living standards of its people.

Heinz College Takes Part in Loyal Scot Program
Type: News | Release Date: 5/22/2013
To recognize alumni for their dedication to the university, a few years ago, Carnegie Mellon launched the Loyal Scot program. Loyal Scot alumni and students demonstrate their total commitment to the university’s success each year by staying informed, getting involved, giving back and showing their pride.

Heinz College Team Takes 3rd Place at Atlantic Council’s Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge
Type: News | Release Date: 3/27/2014
This past February, a team Master of Science in Information Security Policy and Management (MSISPM) students from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College placed 3rd at the Atlantic Council’s Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge in Washington, DC.

Heinz College to Co-host Pittsburgh Innovation Party at SXSW
Type: News | Release Date: 1/17/2013
Carnegie Mellon and the Pittsburgh Technology Council have joined forces to stage the Pittsburgh Innovation Party at South by Southwest (SXSW), a tech, music and media conference in Austin, Texas.

Heinz College to Create Oracle Enterprise Innovation Lab
Type: News | Release Date: 10/5/2010
Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College announced today that it will create an Oracle Enterprise Innovation Lab, an initiative designed to provide both the human and technical resources needed by faculty to incorporate enterprise computing and business intelligence best-practices into the College’s curriculum.

Heinz College to Offer Scholarships to Grove City College Graduates
Type: News | Release Date: 9/2/2010
Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, in partnership with Grove City College, is pleased to announce the creation of the Heinz College - Grove City College Alumni Scholarship. Starting in 2011, Heinz College will award the scholarship to Grove City College alumni who are entering one of the College’s full-time graduate degree programs.

Heinz College Tours Almono Redevelopment Site
Type: News | Release Date: 2/14/2014
The Regional Industrial Development Corporation of Southwestern Pennsylvania (RIDC) offered students a tour of Almono, a redevelopment project on the site of the City of Pittsburgh’s last major undeveloped brownfield.

Heinz College Unity Week: A Celebration & Exploration of Our Diversity
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Heinz College Washington DC Hosts Conversation with Australian Ambassador Kim Beazley
Type: News | Release Date: 5/10/2011
More than 100 students, alumni and friends of Carnegie Mellon’s Heinz College Washington DC gathered on April 13th for an evening reception with Australian Ambassador to the United States Kim Beazley. The event was held in the Australian Embassy’s main reception hall which features Aboriginal artwork under a canopy of lights depicting the Southern Cross constellation.

Heinz College Washington DC Pilots First DC Discussions Lecture
Type: News | Release Date: 7/12/2010
More than 80 current students, alumni, faculty and friends gathered this summer at the offices of Heinz College Washington DC to take part in an engaging, informative and interactive panel on energy policy issues.

Heinz College Welcomes New MAM Faculty Member Dr. Brett Ashley Crawford
Type: News | Release Date: 8/15/2012
Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College is happy to announce the addition of Dr. Brett Ashley Crawford as the new Assistant Teaching Professor of Arts Management.

Heinz College Wins CMU’s 2012-2013 Loyal Scot Challenge
Type: News | Release Date: 8/7/2013
Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College issued an enormous “thank you” to its alumni yesterday when it was announced that Heinz College was the winner of the 2012-13 Loyal Scot Challenge. Sponsored by the Carnegie Mellon Board of Trustees, the Challenge was a friendly competition among CMU’s colleges to have the highest proportion of fully engaged alumni, aka Loyal Scots.

Heinz College's Alfred Blumstein to Lead Justice Department Science Advisory Board
Type: News | Release Date: 11/22/2010
Criminologist Alfred Blumstein of Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College has been named to head a new Science Advisory Board at the U.S. Office of Justice Programs.

Heinz College's Ari Lightman and Chris Labash on Social "Ideation"
Type: News | Release Date: 7/12/2013
Heinz College's Ari Lightman and Chris Labash were recently featured in Information Week after their appearance at E2 in Boston this past month.

Heinz College's ISI Sponsors Summit Participation
Type: News | Release Date: 4/27/2009
The Institute for Social Innovation at Heinz College recently sponsored the participation of six Heinz College students in the Social Enterprise Alliance’s Summit in New Orleans.

Heinz College's Lee Branstetter Featured in PRI Story on How American Debt Compares Globally
Type: News | Release Date: 12/8/2010
Lee Branstetter, associate professor of public policy and economics at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College answers some questions on the debt issue.

Heinz College's Martin Gaynor Named Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Economics
Type: News | Release Date: 9/11/2013
Martin Gaynor, who will serve as Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Economics starting October 1, joins the agency from Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University, where he is a professor of economics and public policy and holds the E.J. Barone Chair in Health Systems Management.

Heinz College's Master of Arts Management Program Hosts Americans for the Arts Convention Emerging Leaders Preconference
Type: News | Release Date: 5/21/2013
Carnegie Mellon University will wrap up the yearlong 25th anniversary celebration of its Master of Arts Management (MAM) program by hosting the Americans for the Arts Convention Emerging Leaders Preconference on Thursday, June 13, at the Purnell Center for the Arts and College of Fine Arts.

Heinz College's PROGRESS Program Featured in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Type: News | Release Date: 1/26/2009
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Sunday Business section recently featured an interview with PROGRESS executive director Ayana Ledford.

Heinz College, School of ISM COA
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/19/2013

Heinz College’s CISO Program Continues to Grow
Type: News | Release Date: 4/2/2014
As technology continues to drive business, the demands on today’s cyber leaders increase every day. In order to tackle the important task of training these leaders, Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College initiated the launch of the Chief Information Security Officer Executive (CISO-Executive) Education and Certification Program in February of 2013.

Heinz College’s Event and Pattern Detection Lab Launches Website
Type: News | Release Date: 3/25/2014
The Event and Pattern Detection Laboratory (EPD Lab), a research center with Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, launched it’s website this week at epdlab.heinz.cmu.edu.

Heinz College’s Jendayi Frazer in the Media for Views on Kenyan Elections
Type: News | Release Date: 3/22/2013
Jendayi Frazer, a distinguished Public Service Professor at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, has been highlighted in numerous media outlets following her recent discussion of the upcoming Kenyan elections at the Bookings Institute.

Heinz College’s M. William Sermons Co-Authors Paper on Lending Practices
Type: News | Release Date: 1/4/2013
M. William Sermons, an adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College in Washington D.C., has begun coauthoring a series of reports on the state of lending in America. Sermons, who is also the Director of Research for the Center for Responsible Lending, is using these reports to detail the predatory lending practices that continue to undermine American households.

Heinz Computing FAQs
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/10/2013

Heinz Computing Handbook 2011-2012
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/1/2011

Heinz Computing Handbook 2012-2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/27/2012

Heinz DC Welcomes Fourth Class of Apprentices to Washington
Type: News | Release Date: 9/13/2011
Heinz College Washington DC welcomed an outstanding group of twenty-four students this month, as classes officially began and students commenced their apprenticeships. Now in its fourth year, the Washington Program combines Heinz College’s esteemed curriculum with high-level apprenticeships in the DC area. Transitioning seamlessly from classroom to workplace, students apply what they have learned to real-world scenarios.

Heinz Exemption Petition Updated - Fall 2010
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/24/2010

Heinz Faculty in the News: Frazer Discusses Clinton's Trip to Africa
Type: News | Release Date: 8/13/2009
Heinz College Distinguished Service Professor Jendayi E. Frazer, Ph.D., was recently featured on Federal News Tonight discussing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's recent trip to Africa. Frazer was the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs in the George W. Bush administration.

Heinz Faculty Named to British Health Care Advisory Panel
Type: News | Release Date: 3/11/2010
Martin Gaynor, E.J. Barone Professor of Economics and Health Policy at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College, was recently appointed to the economics reference group for the British National Health Service's Co-Operation & Competition Panel (CCP).

Heinz Faculty Participate in Asia Pacific Economic Forum
Type: News | Release Date: 9/23/2013
Carnegie Mellon faculty members and representatives from university locations and programs in Australia and Singapore presented at a technology roundtable to kick off this week’s 48th Meeting of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum Telecommunications (APEC TEL) and Information Working Group in Honolulu.

Heinz Faculty Profile: Paula Wagner
Type: News | Release Date: 11/16/2010
A graduate of CMU's School of Drama and member of the university's Board of Trustees, Wagner is among the elite of the entertainment industry — and one of Carnegie Mellon's most ardent supporters.

Heinz Faculty Tenure Policy
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Heinz Fall Orientation
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 8/18/2014-8/22/2014
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Heinz Fellowship in Economic Development
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/9/2013

Heinz Graduate Women’s Association
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/13/2012

Heinz Health Care Club
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/18/2014

Heinz Innovation Exchange Poster Fair Highlights Student Research
Type: News | Release Date: 1/9/2013
Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College recently hosted an Innovation Exchange Poster Fair, which showcased the final projects students worked on in 2012.

Heinz Innovation Stories
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Heinz Journal
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/15/2008

Heinz Journal
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Heinz Lauble Fellows Host Discussion on Bakery Square 2.0
Type: News | Release Date: 2/11/2014
Pittsburgh is known for many things nowadays, perhaps most impressively its approach to redeveloping a former steel town. The Bakery Square development, now entering its second phase, is one example of how Pittsburgh continues to attract new economic activity, reinvest in neighborhoods, and encourage innovation.

Heinz Leadership Scholarship
Type: News | Release Date: 2/20/2010
Carnegie Mellon’s Heinz College, Australia Campus will provide funding support of 50% of tuition fees for exceptional candidates from selected countries for the August 2010 intake only.

Heinz Lecture Track Policy
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/1/2008

Heinz Medical Management Student Named Chief Medical Officer of Illinois Center
Type: News | Release Date: 10/29/2009
Heinz College Master of Medical Management student Anil B. Gopinath was recently named chief medical officer of the Provena United Samaritans Medical Center in Danville, IL.

Heinz MSPPM in DC Program Opens Admissions for Fall 2009 to Current Students
Type: News | Release Date: 10/3/2008
Earlier this year, the Heinz School opened a Washington DC office and launched a new track for its MSPPM Program featuring a second year in Washington DC.

Heinz PhD to Present Diabetes Risk Research
Type: News | Release Date: 10/3/2008
Heinz Ph.D. student Christopher Harle is presenting his work at 5 research conferences, including his work with Rema Padman and Julie Downs, "The Impact Of Web-Based Diabetes Risk Calculators On Information Processing and Risk Perceptions", Forthcoming in Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association 2008 Annual Symposium, November 8-12, Washington, DC.

Heinz Philosophy
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Heinz Professor and Student Team Up to Examine Impact of Indian Trade Agreement
Type: News | Release Date: 3/24/2009
Professor Lee Branstetter and graduate student Chirantan Chatterjee, in ongoing research funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, have been exploring how fundamental trade and intellectual property rights reforms have transformed the Indian pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.

Heinz Professor to Speak at Black Hat Security Conference
Type: News | Release Date: 5/12/2009
H. John Heinz III College's Alessandro Acquisti will be presenting a lecture titled, "I Just Found 10 Million SSNs" for the Black Hat security conference in July.

Heinz Research (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/22/2008

Heinz Research and the Eurozone Debt Crisis
Type: News | Release Date: 10/18/2013
One of the major barriers to global economic growth is the debt crisis in Western Europe. In August, Heinz Professor Lee Branstetter and Heinz Ph.D. student Andre Regateiro traveled to Washington to meet with the officials at the International Monetary Fund who are interested in the particular economic problems of Portugal, one of the nations currently receiving financial assistance and IMF policy advice.

Heinz Research Track Policy
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/1/2008

Heinz Running Club
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/27/2013

Heinz School payroll deduction - v. 4-8-09
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Heinz School Payroll deduction for web
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/15/2010

Heinz Student and Faculty Present at Berkeley Security Symposium
Type: News | Release Date: 5/27/2009
PhD student Sasha Romanosky with Heinz faculty Alessandro Acquisti recently presented new research at a privacy symposium hosted by the Berkeley Law School and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology.

Heinz Student is Miss Pennsylvania
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2008
It's not every day you see a student walk into class at the H. John Heinz III College wearing a tiara. But Kendria Perry was preparing for a speech she would later give in the Miss Pennsylvania competition on the importance of the arts. Her attention to detail paid off — she took home the crown and the title.

Heinz Student Receives Carnegie Mellon Service Award
Type: News | Release Date: 3/31/2009
Emily Robare, a student in the Master of Science in Public Policy and Management program at Heinz, has received the 2009 CMU Graduate Student Service Award.

Heinz Students Break Down Barriers to Urban Development in State Transportation Policies
Type: News | Release Date: 7/29/2014
In 2002, four southwestern Pennsylvania foundations formed a limited partnership with the Regional Industrial Development Corporation of Southwestern Pennsylvania (RIDC), a non-profit private development organization as general partner, and purchased the 178 acre LTV Steel Hazelwood site. The partnership was convinced that this remarkable riverfront plateau offered a rare opportunity to set a new standard for urban riverfront property development. The name Almono came from the three Pittsburgh rivers - the Allegheny, Monongahela, and the Ohio.

Heinz Students Bridge Pittsburgh & Bangladesh During Ten-Week Internship
Type: News | Release Date: 9/10/2010
If you ask Jen Horwitz (MSPPM, ’11) and Jonathan Muller (MISM, ’11) about what they did during their summer vacation, you won’t hear any stories about beach vacations or lazy days. Instead, they’ll tell you about a unique ten-week educational experience that sent Jen to Chittagong, Bangladesh, and put Jon’s research and web development skills to innovative use here in Pittsburgh.

Heinz Students Contribute to International Medical Journal
Type: News | Release Date: 10/27/2009
Heinz College students have partnered with the Medical Banking Project to produce a unique academic journal that could help reduce health care costs. Medical banking is a discipline that uses financial methods to reduce costs, increase availability, and simplify the delivery of health care.

Heinz Students on the Inauguration
Type: News | Release Date: 1/27/2009
Fourteen Heinz College students are spending their second year in the nation’s capital, as part of a new program where they gain real-world experience from full-time apprenticeships in some of Washington’s high-tempo offices. Inauguration Day is bringing their studies to a whole new level. “The pace has become insane — it’s never been so busy,” said Lance Cardwell (HNZ ’09), who works in the office of Senator David Vitter, R-La.

Heinz Students Volunteer at YouthPlaces for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Type: News | Release Date: 1/29/2014
Twenty-Five students from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College spent their Martin Luther King Jr. Day serving others this year. Heinz students volunteered at YouthPlaces, which serves high-risk young people in the Pittsburgh area and helps them engage in quality after-school programs within their own neighborhoods in order to develop the skills of youth and increase their opportunity for success.

Heinz Talks! - Climate Change, Energy Policy
Type: News | Release Date: 11/7/2008
Heinz Talks! - Climate Change, Energy Policy

Heinz Visits You
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Heinz_IT_Handbook_090413
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Heinz_Student_Policy_2013_2014
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Heroin and Methamphetamine Seizures in Victoria, Australia: Purity Changes Associated with the Heroin "Drought"
Type: ResearchThe Australian heroin &quot;drought&quot; was a singular event deserving of the considerable scholarly attention it has engendered. The best way to understand market disruption is to examine both supply and demand side indicators, yet data on the former have been relatively neglected. Here we explore a rich data set on heroin and methamphetamine purity from 1998-2002 in Victoria that support monthly and even fortnightly time series. These series show that the drought was characterized by abrupt and substantial declines in heroin purity (from ~40% to as low as 10-15%), but those steep declines followed an extended period of substantial erosion in purity (from 70-75% in early 1999 to ~40% by the end of 2000). Purity rebounded from its post-drought lows but far from completely, stabilizing at ~20% for 2002. The heroin purity declines do not appear to stem from &ldquo;cutting&rdquo; at lower market levels. The declines did increase the purity variability per pure unit of heroin. There was no comparable evidence of contemporaneous effects in the methamphetamine purity series.

HESA Code of Practice
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/23/2008

Hidden Strategic Challenges Posed by Housing Mobility Policy: An Application of Dynamic Policy Modeling
Type: ResearchOver the past decade, shifts in subsidized and affordable housing policy have led to a greater role for market dynamics and individual choice on the part of program participants and their new neighbors, and a greater awareness of the importance of neighborhood on family outcomes. Given these trends, there is an opportunity for innovative prescriptive planning models to assist in the design of policy related to regional housing mobility. The goal of this paper is to identify, and answer, some housing policy analytic questions with these models.

High and Low Frequency Oscillations in Drug Epidemics
Type: ResearchThis paper extends the two-dimensional model of drug use introduced in Behrens et al. [1999, 2000, 2002] by introducing two additional states that model in more detail newly initiated (&quot;light&quot;) users&rsquo; response to the drug experience. Those who dislike the drug quickly &quot;quit&quot; and briefly suppress initiation by others. Those who like the drug progress to ongoing (&quot;moderate&quot;) use, from which they may or may not escalate to &quot;heavy&quot; or dependent use. Initiation is spread contagiously by light and moderate users, but is moderated by the drug&rsquo;s reputation, which is a function of the number of unhappy users (recent quitters + heavy users). The model reproduces recent prevalence data from the U.S. cocaine epidemic reasonably well, with one pronounced peak followed by decay toward a steady state. However, minor variation in parameter values yields both long-run periodicity with a period akin to the gap between the first U.S. cocaine epidemic (peak ~1910) and the current one (peak ~1980), as well as short-run periodicity akin to that observed in data on youthful use for a variety of substances. The combination of short- and long-run periodicity is reminiscent of the elliptical burstors described by Rubin and Terman [2002]. The existence of such complex behavior including cycles, quasi periodic solutions, and chaos is proven by means of bifurcation analysis. &nbsp;

High On Research
Type: News | Release Date: 1/24/2012
I’m eager to meet with Jonathan Caulkins and don’t want to be late. I think I know where I’m going, too, thanks to his easy-to-follow directions. His office is in the south end of the east wing of Hamburg Hall, which houses classrooms and offices for Carnegie Mellon’s Heinz College on the Pittsburgh campus. As I make my way through hallways dotted by clusters of students, I lose my bearings and hurriedly revisit his directions. Back on track, I reach his office and knock on the door. The H. Guyford Stever Chair in Operations Research and Public Policy opens it and cordially greets me. As I glance around the room, I’m struck by its orderly, pristine appearance. Later, as we talk, I’ll realize that the state of his office and the directions he gives are indicative of how his mind works, especially when it comes to his writing.

High Performance Computing
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Hilary Wolfendale
Type: FacultyPh.D. Student

Hire a Heinz Student
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Hire a Heinz Student: Submit a Job Description
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/9/2014

Hire an Intern Through Federal Community Service Work Study
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/17/2013
The FCSWS program is a federally subsidized work program which provides eligible students the opportunity to work for a public or 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission and work benefits the community.

Hiring International Students
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/17/2012
Some employers may have the perception that hiring international students is difficult and time consuming due to cumbersome paperwork. However, the process is not as difficult as you may think.

Honduras crisis
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Hong Kong Accredited Agent (Australia Campus)
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Household Demand for Employer-Based Health Insurance
Type: ResearchHousehold Demand for Employer-Based Health Insurance

How do I access my AFS (Unix) storage space?
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How do I access the file server (U: drive)?
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How do I change my Andrew password?
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

How do I create a PDF?
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How do I enable/disable screen saver password protection?
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

How do I install Oracle?
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How do I login to a cluster computer?
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How do I set an away (vacation) notice on my email?
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How do I set an away (vacation) notice on my email?
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How do I start/stop email forwarding?
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How do I use the network printers?
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How Effective is Micro Harm Reduction in Reducing Macro Harm?
Type: ResearchMacCoun (1996) distinguishes between micro and macro harm reduction and notes that reducing micro harm (harm per unit of use) may or may not reduce macro (aggregate) harm depending on its effect on use. We present a simple model that relates micro and macro harm through five parameters: price, quantity, elasticity of demand, elasticity of supply, and the social cost of drug use. Parameterizing the relationship for the US cocaine market in 1992 suggests that about 75% of the apparent benefit of reducing micro harm experienced by users would be offset by increases in use. This suggests that reducing micro harm experienced by users has merit but that reducing the costs drugs impose on non-users may merit greater attention, since reducing those costs carries no risk of being offset by increases in use. &nbsp;

How Large Should the Strike Zone Be in "Three Strikes and You're Out" Sentencing Laws?
Type: ResearchSo-called &quot;three strikes and you&rsquo;re out&quot; sentencing laws for criminal offenders have proliferated in the United States in the 1990s. The laws vary considerably in their definitions of what constitutes a &quot;strike&quot;. This paper adapts the classic Poisson Process model of criminal offending to investigate how varying sentence lengths and definitions of what constitutes a strike affect the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of these sentencing laws. In particular, it asks whether by using different definitions for the first, second, and third strikes or different sentence lengths, one can make the resulting incarceration more &quot;efficient&quot; in the sense of incapacitating more crimes per cell-year served. &nbsp;

How Should Low-Level Drug Dealers Be Punished?
Type: ResearchThe US pursues a number of drug control strategies, but the it invests the most resources in arresting, prosecuting, and incarcerating low-level drug dealers. Thus, it is important to reflect on what is the appropriate and expedient punishment for these offenders. Currently punishments vary from nothing to very long prison sentences; substantial variation is appropriate because not all low-level dealers are equally destructive. Unfortunately the current system does not punish most severely the most culpable offenders. A stronger correlation between severity of sanction and culpability could be achieved by: (1) moving decisions concerning length of incarceration from the state level to the local level, (2) reducing minimum sanction severity to expand the variation between minimum and maximum sanctions for all defendants except those who meet locally established definitions of what constitutes unusually destructive forms of dealing, and (3) allowing judges to depart from presumptive sentences instead of computing sentence length from fixed formulas based on readily observable - but only marginally relevant - criteria such as quantity possessed. The goal would be to allow police, prosecutors, and judges to work together to identify and target long sentences on the minority of most vicious dealers. This would serve the interests of justice, by making the punishment better fit the crime, and efficiency, by making more effective use of scarce and expensive punishment capacity. &nbsp;

How studies of the cost-of-illness of substance abuse can be made more useful for policy analysis
Type: ResearchAn elementary step in drug policy analysis is comparing the cost of an intervention to its benefit in the form of the social cost averted because of reduced drug use and associated consequences. One would think that cost of illness (COI) studies would provide a solid foundation for quantifying the benefits of reduced drug use, but at present they do not. This paper suggests ways the COI studies could be adapted to serve better policy analytic purposes.

How the Heinz Negotiation Academy for Women Will Make a Difference for Women and Their Organizations
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How to Apply for the Exchange Program
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How to Apply for the Exchange Program (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/22/2011
This document is intended to provide current Heinz College students studying in Pittsburgh or Adelaide with information related to the exchange program available between the two campuses. This information pertains solely to students currently enrolled at either of the Heinz Colleges’ locations. Students may participate in the exchange program for one semester and must spend the first and last semesters at their home campus.

How to Claim Your IOF Award
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How to use the file and printers - Mac 2012-2013
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HRM Graduate Certificate Admissions Requirements
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HRM Graduate Certificate Curriculum
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HT_Apply_Web_slides_05jan12
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HT_Apply_Web_slides_05jan12

http://cms-admin.heinz.win.cmu.edu/fileManager.aspx
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Human Capital and Economic Development in India
Type: ResearchThe theoretical models of economic growth have underscored the role of human capital. The empirical analysis of growth for a broad group of countries shows that the school attainment has positive effect on growth. Many studies have found that a region&rsquo;s growth is influenced by the initial level of human capital. Glaeser et al. (1995) find that human capital level in 1960 influences growth of the cities betIen 1960 and 1990. Similarly, Simon et al. (2002) found that cities that have higher level of human capital initially grow faster in the long run. The regional differences in level of human capital also explain geographic differences in firm formation rates with regions endoId with higher level of human capital having higher firm formation rates (Acs, 2004). This paper explores the role of human capital in India&rsquo;s economic development.

Human capital to help reduce effects of ageing population
Type: News | Release Date: 5/5/2010
Kuala Lumpur student Adilah Hudzari hasn’t had time to cuddle a koala or play with a possum. She has been too busy studying at the Adelaide campus of Carnegie Mellon University.

Human Resources
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Human Resources
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Hunt is on for new Telstra Scholarship winner
Type: News | Release Date: 11/6/2008
Hunt is on for new Telstra Scholarship winner

I forgot my Heinz account password, now what?
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iCarnegie of Pittsburgh To Offer Software Architecture Program
Type: News | Release Date: 5/10/2010
Matt Bass, a faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University’s Master of Software Engineering Program, will offer a certificate program on "Software Architecture Design" to be held at Carnegie Mellon’s Pittsburgh campus in two sessions, the first from June 24th to June 26th and the second from July 15th to July 17th.

ICMA Annual Conference
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 9/14/2014-9/17/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

Idea Lab
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Idea Lab
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IDEA Study on Megaupload Shutdown Draws Global Attention
Type: News | Release Date: 3/25/2013
Carnegie Mellon University’s Initiative for Digital Entertainment Analytics (IDEA), led by H. John Heinz III College professors Michael D. Smith and Rahul Telang, recently published a study on the impact on digital movie sales following the January 2013 shutdown of Megaupload.com.

IdeaLab Student Incubator
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Idealist Baltimore
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/29/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

Idealist Chicago
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/23/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

Idealist Columbus
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/27/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

Idealist Houston
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/15/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

Idealist New York
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 9/22/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

Idealist Philadelphia
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 9/23/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

Idealist San Francisco
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 11/6/2014
Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

Idealist Washington DC
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Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

IDG Bake Sale
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IDG Bake Sale
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IDG Careers
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Idris Adjerid
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iLab
Type: News | Release Date: 12/5/2008
Information - Inspiration - Innovation

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iLab
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iLab at Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College is an interdisciplinary research center consisting of faculty and students from the Heinz College, the Department of Statistics, the Department of Machine Learning, the School of Computer Science and the Tepper School of Business.

iLab Education
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iLab at Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College is an interdisciplinary research center consisting of faculty and students from the Heinz College, the Department of Statistics, the Department of Machine Learning, the School of Computer Science and the Tepper School of Business.

iLab Faculty
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iLab at Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College is an interdisciplinary research center consisting of faculty and students from the Heinz College, the Department of Statistics, the Department of Machine Learning, the School of Computer Science and the Tepper School of Business.

iLab People
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iLab at Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College is an interdisciplinary research center consisting of faculty and students from the Heinz College, the Department of Statistics, the Department of Machine Learning, the School of Computer Science and the Tepper School of Business.

iLab Research
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iLab Researchers Develop Approach To Improve Emergency Medical Services in Developing Countries
Type: News | Release Date: 7/24/2012
Emergency medical services in emerging economies can be improved by using phone data records and service logs to better allocate and deploy ambulances and emergency medical personnel, according to researchers at Carnegie Mellon University’s iLab, a research center in the H. John Heinz III College.

iLab Students
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iLab at Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College is an interdisciplinary research center consisting of faculty and students from the Heinz College, the Department of Statistics, the Department of Machine Learning, the School of Computer Science and the Tepper School of Business.

iLab Visiting Faculty
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iLab at Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College is an interdisciplinary research center consisting of faculty and students from the Heinz College, the Department of Statistics, the Department of Machine Learning, the School of Computer Science and the Tepper School of Business.

iLab: Interdisciplinary Research
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iLab at Carnegie Mellon's Heinz College is an interdisciplinary research center consisting of faculty and students from the Heinz College, the Department of Statistics, the Department of Machine Learning, the School of Computer Science and the Tepper School of Business.

Illicit Drug Markets and Economic Irregularities
Type: ResearchMarkets for illicit drugs present an interesting case study for economics, combining non-standard characteristics such as addiction and product illegality. One response has been to argue the generality of economic principles by suggesting that they apply even in the extreme case of markets for addictive substances, e.g., by showing that demand for illicit goods is responsive to price [1] and even by modeling addiction as rational [2]. This paper sketches examples of an alternative reaction, focusing on idiosyncrasies of drug markets that might plausibly create counter-intuitive effects, including supply curves that slope downward because of enforcement swamping and/or a good serving as the only available store of wealth for its producer, demand reduction programs that increase demand, and consumption by &ldquo;jugglers&rdquo; possibly increasing rather than decreasing as prices rise. This analysis yields non-obvious policy recommendations; for example, source country control programs should concentrate on growing regions with a healthy banking sector.

Immersing Students in the Entertainment Industry
Type: News | Release Date: 10/1/2008
It was an unusual idea: students relocating to North Hollywood for their second year of study. But 10 adventurous students did exactly that. They were the first graduating class in the Master of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM) program — a unique program jointly offered by the Heinz College and the College of Fine Arts.

Immersive Experiences: DC & LA
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Impact of Medicare Part-D
Type: ResearchImpact of Medicare Part D on Generic Prescription Rate in the Long Term Care Facilities

Impact of Police Raids at Nuisance Bars on Illegal Drug Dealing: Estimating Intervention Effects in Varying Risk Settings
Type: ResearchThis paper examines the effects of police raids at nuisance bars on drug dealing in and around the nuisance bar. We examine effects of both dosage (number of raids) and duration of the intervention, as well as the conditioning effects of land use and population characteristics in shaping the underlying risk levels of drug dealing in the target and surrounding displacement areas. Results indicate that the police intervention does suppress levels of drug dealing during periods of active enforcement, but these effects largely disappear when the intervention is withdrawn. Also, the effects of the intervention are mediated by risk characteristics in target and displacement areas. In general, target areas characterized by higher levels of risk are more resistant to intervention effects than those with lower levels or risk. Risk factors in nearby displacement areas are also significant. Bars with high levels of risk arising from land uses in surrounding areas are easier to treat, while bars with high levels of population-based risk in surrounding displacement areas are harder to treat.

Impact of Software Vulnerability Announcements on the Market Value of Software Vendors - An Empirical Investigation
Type: ResearchResearchers in the area of information security have mainly been concerned with tools, techniques and policies that firms can use to protect themselves against security breaches. However, information security is as much about security software as it is about secure software. Software is not secure when it has defects or flaws which can be exploited by hackers to cause attacks such as unauthorized intrusion or denial of service attacks. Any public announcement about a software defect is termed as &lsquo;vulnerability disclosure&rsquo;. Although research in software economics have studied firms&rsquo; incentive to improve overall quality, there have been no studies to show that software vendors have an incentive to invest in building more secure software. This paper uses the event study methodology to examine the role that financial markets play in determining software vendors&rsquo; incentives to build more secure software. Data is collected from leading national newspapers and industry sources like CERT by searching for reports on published software vulnerabilities. It is shown that vulnerability disclosures lead to a negative and significant change in market value for a software vendor. On average, a vendor loses around 0.6% value in stock price when a vulnerability is reported. This is equivalent to a loss in market capitalization values of $0.86 billion per vulnerability announcement. To provide further insight, the&nbsp; information content of the disclosure announcement is used to classify vulnerabilities into various types.

Impact of Web Portal on Call Center: An Impirical Analysis
Type: ResearchImpact of Web Portal on Call Center: An Impirical Analysis

Implications of Inertia for Assessing Drug Control Policy: Why Upstream Interventions May Not Receive Due Credit
Type: ResearchThere is ongoing interest in assessing the effectiveness of various drug control strategies, including policy intended to reduce initiation and prevalence. Compartmental models of trajectories of drug use have been developed that demonstrate that drug &quot;systems&quot; display significant inertia; interventions on systems with high inertia can be difficult to evaluate. The implications of inertia are illustrated by combining a new empirically-derived model of national drug initiation with a compartment model of trends in illicit drug use parameterized for Australia. &nbsp;

In Search of a Unified Theory for Early Predictive Design Evaluation for Software
Type: ResearchTraditional engineering design discipline calls for designs to be evaluated long before they are implemented. Early design evaluations predict properties of the artifact that will result from a proper implementation of the design and the value of those properties to the client or end user. The predicted properties can include costs as well as functionality, performance, and quality measures. Software engineering has some such evaluation techniques but the discipline lacks a systematic way to explain, compare, develop, and apply them. This paper discuss the role of early predictive design evaluation in software design, show how a variety of specific predictors serve this role, and propose a unifying framework, Predictive Analysis for Design (PAD) for design evaluation techniques. Focus is given in techniques that predict the value of the finished software system to its client or end user and that make the predictions before the expense of software development or integration is incurred. It is shown that the PAD framework, even in its preliminary state, is sufficiently expressive to be useful in explaining and characterizing design evaluation techniques.

In the footsteps of the Silicon Valley? Indian and Irish software in the international division of labour
Type: ResearchThis paper analyses the development of software in India and Ireland. The development patterns of the software industry in Ireland and India clearly show both the advantages and disadvantages of being a follower. The most obvious advantage is the ability to sustain growth without a broad based set of technical capabilities, at least initially. With the leaders creating and defining markets, and possibly even the business models, and the policy and technical infrastructure required, many uncertainties are greatly reduced. Moreover, in many instances, multinationals from the leading countries can catalyse growth and may even, as in Ireland, account for a substantial part of the initial growth. On the other hand, relatively narrow sources of competitive advantage imply that the firms in the follower industries tend to be similar in capabilities, with competition among them transferring the bulk of the benefits to customers overseas. Sophisticated and well established competitors located in the leading clusters stand in the way of followers moving up the value chain, leaving innovative firms to search for new niches, and ways to link to lead users. Moreover, clusters in the followers lack the thick vertical and horizontal links, that are important for knowledge spillovers, innovation and growth. However, this analysis, which draws on the evidence collected in India and Ireland through two surveys of domestic firms and foreign-owned firms, also suggests that early success, narrowly based though it may be, can lay a foundation for future growth that is based more on innovation. &nbsp;

In the News
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Inaugural alumni event in Adelaide
Type: News | Release Date: 11/17/2009
Coming together: Carnegie Mellon Australia Alumni inaugural chapter

Incentive Stackelberg Strategies for a Dynamic Game on Terrorism
Type: ResearchThis paper presents a dynamic game model of international terrorism. The time horizon is finite, about the size of one presidency, or infinite. Quantitative and qualitative analysis of incentive Stackelberg strategies for both decision-makers of the game (&quot;The West&quot; and &quot;International Terror Organization&quot;) allows statements about the possibilities and limitations of terror control interventions. Recurrent behavior is excluded with monotonic variation in the frequency of terror attacks whose direction depends on when the terror organization launches its terror war. Even optimal pacing of terror control operations does not greatly alter the equilibrium of the infinite horizon game, but outcomes from the West&rsquo;s perspective can be greatly improved if the game is only &quot;played&quot; for brief periods of time and if certain parameters could be influenced, notably those pertaining to the terror organization&rsquo;s ability to recruit replacements.

Incomplete - No Student ID
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Incompletely Specified Probabilistic Networks
Type: ResearchIncompletely Specified Probabilistic Networks

Increasing Consolidation in Health Care Markets: What are the Antitrust Policy Implications?
Type: ResearchIncreasing Consolidation in Health Care Markets: What are the Antitrust Policy Implications?

Increasing Control Over Release of Information Leads People To Divulge More Online, Carnegie Mellon Researchers Find
Type: News | Release Date: 11/27/2012
When perceiving they have more control over their personal information, people increase their willingness to disclose sensitive information that allows them to be personally identified, according to a study done by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University.

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Independence Day Observed NO CLASSES
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India Based Accredited Agent (Australia Campus)
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Indian student on educational discovery mission
Type: News | Release Date: 6/23/2009
Indian student on educational discovery mission

Individual Visits & Visitations
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Indonesia Based Accredited Agent (Australia Campus)
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Indonesian student from ‘City of Heroes’ first on new scholarship
Type: News | Release Date: 10/25/2009
Indonesian student’s hard work is building an ICT bridge between two cultures

Induced Innovation
Type: ResearchCutler, David M., Ellen Meara, and Seth Richards-Shubik. 2012. &ldquo;Induced Innovation and Social Inequality: Evidence from Infant Medical Care.&rdquo; Journal of Human Resources, forthcoming in volume 47(2).

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Information Security & Assurance
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Online, part-time, and state-of-the-art. Carnegie Mellon's Master of Information Systems Management - a degree that employers value as much as you.

Information Security Policy and Management
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Carnegie Mellon University (CERT, CyLab), stands apart as a National Center of Excellence for Information Security Policy Management graduate programs, masters programs in information assurance, risk management.

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Information Systems Management
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The Master of Information Systems Management program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

Information Systems Management & Security: The Military Advantage
Type: News | Release Date: 8/23/2012
Geoffrey Dobson (MISM '13) and Emmanuel Adeniran (MSISPM '13) discuss how their respective military backgrounds inform and impact their graduate studies in information systems and security at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College.

Information Systems Management (MISM)
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Information Systems Management (MISM) - 16-Month Track
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Students with less than three years of work experience will need to apply to the 16-Month track and complete the degree requirements with three semesters of coursework and a summer internship.

Information Systems Management (MISM) - One Year Track
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For applicants with over three years of professional work experience, the one-year, May to May program is designed to position you for a fast-track career as a business technologist.

Information Technology
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Online, part-time, distance, and top-ranked. Carnegie Mellon's Master of Information Systems Management...a degree that employers value as much as you.

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Online, part-time, and state-of-the-art. Carnegie Mellon's Master of Information Systems Management - a degree that employers value as much as you.

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The Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) is available as a one-year track program and the Master of Science in Information Technology (Information Technology Management) (MSIT (ITM)) as a two-year track program.

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Information Technology Adoption & Procedural Performance in Health Care Industry
Type: ResearchDissertation August 25, 2010 ABSTRACT: The initial ideas concerning the usage and potential of informational technologies in health care can be traced back to the 1950s (Staropoli, 2008), whereas the earliest adoptions of practical systems by hospitals followed about a decade later, in the mid-1960s (Wager, Lee and Glaser, 2005). Since then, while significant advancements have happened in the adoption and usage of IT in health care, both in terms of scale and scope, such advancements have been considered slow and unaggressive compared to the same process in other industries (Bowser, 2005). At the same time, especially since the 1990s, the spending on IT in the health care industry has increased to a significant amount, both in terms of the total spending and the percentage of the output of the sector. However, as IT adoption and renovation have become an important part on many hospitals&rsquo; agenda, the debate over their effectiveness and efficiency has also come to the front stage, not only for the health care industry, but also for the policy makers from the government and the concerned public in general. My dissertation work intends to contribute to the understanding of Health Care IT adoption and its impact. Although it is certainly beyond the scope of this project to reach any unambiguous conclusions to the above questions, I expect my research to add important insights to the existing literature. This dissertation examines two topics relevant to information technologies in health care industry. (1) The status and change of integrated health care delivery system level IT spending and hospital level IT adoption between 1999 and 2006. (2) The potential link between hospital level IT adoptions and quality as quantified by procedural performance measure. The two chapters of this dissertation cover those two topics respectively.

Information Technology, Complementary Capital and the Transatlantic Productivity Divergence
Type: Research This paper delves into the the role of Information Technology as a relevant driver of the productivity&nbsp;divergence between Europe and the United States in the late 1990s.

Information Technology, Organizational Capabilities and Context: How do regional economies and institutions matter to the spread of innovation?
Type: ResearchInformation Technology, Organizational Capabilities and Context: How do regional economies and institutions matter to the spread of innovation?

InformationSecurityManagement.pdf
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Initial conditions and Post-entry Performance: the Case of Indian Software Industry
Type: ResearchThis paper studies entrepreneurship and firm survival, using as empirical backdrop the Indian software service industry. This develops a model that has contrasting predictions about the impact of the scale of entry on firm performance, after conditioning on lagged output. Predictions of the model are tested. It is found that current size positively influences the firm survival but initial size has negative effect on firm survival. We also find that founders&rsquo; human capital measured by their education reduces annual hazard of exit. The firms with access to market have advantage as also the firms with experience in the software industry.

Initiative for Digital Entertainment Analytics (IDEA)
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Initiative for Digital Entertainment Analytics (IDEA)
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Innovation & Outreach Opportunities
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Innovation and Education at Heinz College's Center for Arts Management and Technology
Type: News | Release Date: 8/12/2010
From innovative web development to cutting-edge industry research, Heinz College's Center for Arts Management & Technology helps students and arts organizations reach their full potential.

Innovation City at SXSW
Type: News | Release Date: 3/27/2013
There were hundreds of parties during this year's South By Southwest Interactive (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas, but only those with a badge and a special connection to Carnegie Mellon University got to experience a night of futuristic tech, innovative robotics, cutting-edge startups and ubergeek DJs.

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Innovation, Commercialization and the Successful Startup
Type: Research&nbsp;Innovation, Commercialization and the Successful Startup (Working Paper)

Innovations at the IHT Conference
Type: News | Release Date: 2/26/2014
Innovation in health care technology could mean microbial vigilantes, mannequins that scream when injected with too much epinephrine or a future where 80 percent of doctors are virtual. All of these topics were discussed at Carnegie Mellon University's third annual Innovation in Health Care Technology Conference.

Innovative Scholar Award
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Innovative Solutions in Providing Access to Micro-data
Type: ResearchState of the art: An overview of policy and practice on release of microdata Statistical offices must provide data products that are both useful and have low risk of confidentiality disclosure. Recognizing that deidentification of data is generally inadequate to protect their confidentiality against attack by a data snooper, agencies can release microdata under policies of restricted access or can release products of restricted data. Under a policy and practice of restricted access, administrative procedures impose conditions on user access to data. These conditions may depend on the type of data user; conditions may be different for interagency data sharing than for external data users. Various restricted access policies (Jabine 1993a,b) have been implemented in the last twenty years.

Innovator - the Peter Lothian story
Type: News | Release Date: 5/7/2009
Innovator - the Peter Lothian story

Insider Threat Workshop (Australia Campus)
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Insider Threat Workshop
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Institute for Social Innovation
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Institute of Medicine Panel Featuring Lowell Taylor Issues Report Focusing on Unique Health Needs of LGBT Community
Type: News | Release Date: 4/26/2011
Researchers have long studied the health differences between men and women, but a recently published Institute of Medicine (IOM) study with ties to Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College suggests the need to begin researching the unique health needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities. The report was drafted by an IOM-convened panel of thought-leading experts that includes Lowell J. Taylor, professor of economics and public policy at Heinz College.

Institute of Social Innovation
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Institutional Technology Handbook
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Insurance, Vertical Restraints and Competition
Type: ResearchInsurance, Vertical Restraints and Competition

Intellectual Property Rights, Foreign Direct Investment, and Industrial Development
Type: ResearchThis paper develops a North-South product model in which Southern imitation and the North-South flow of foreign direct investment (FDI) are endogenously determined. In the model, a strengthening of IPR protection in the South reduces the rate of imitation, which, in turn, increases the flow of FDI. The increase in FDI more than offsets the decline in production undertaken by Southern imitators, so that the South&rsquo;s share of goods produced by the global economy increases. Furthermore, real wages of Southern workers increase even though prices of goods produced by multinationals exceed those of Southern imitators. The preceding results hold when Northern innovation is endogenously determined; in addition, the rate of innovation increases with a strengthening of Southern IPR protection.

Intellectual Property Rights, Imitation, and Foreign Direct Investment: Theory and Evidence
Type: ResearchThis paper theoretically and empirically analyzes the effect of strengthening intellectual property rights in developing countries on the level and composition of industrial development.&nbsp; We develop a North-South product cycle model in which Northern innovation, Southern imitation, and FDI are all endogenous.Our model predicts that IPR reform in the South leads to increased FDI in the North, as Northern firms shift production to Southern affiliates.&nbsp; This FDI accelerates Southern industrial development. The South's share of global manufacturing and the pace at which production of recently invented goods shifts to the South both increase.&nbsp; Additionally, the model also predicts that as production shifts to the South, Northern resources will be reallocated to R&amp;D, driving an increase in the global rate of innovation.&nbsp; We test the model's predictions by analyzing responses of U.S.-based multinationals and domestic industrial production to IPR reforms in the 1980s and 1990s.&nbsp; First, we find that MNCs expand the scale of their activities in reforming countries after IPR reform.&nbsp; MNCs that make extensive use of intellectual property disproportionately increase their use of inputs.&nbsp; There is an overall expansion of industrial activity after IPR reform, and highly disaggregated trade data indicate an increase in the number of initial export episodes in response to reform.&nbsp; These results suggest that the expansion of multinational activity more than offsets any decline in the imitative activity of indigenous firms.

Intellectual Property Strategies and the Returns to R&D
Type: ResearchAlthough the prospect of obtaining patent protection is believed to encourage R&amp;D investments and thus the rate of inventive activity, there is little by way of direct evidence to support this belief. This paper uses original data from the 1994 Carnegie Mellon survey on the appropriation of R&amp;D in the US manufacturing sector to empirically estimate a structural model linking a firm&rsquo;s choice of the optimal level of R&amp;D efforts with its intellectual property protection strategy. Thhe use and effectiveness of different technological strategies, including patenting, secrecy and the exploitation of first mover advantages, as conditioning the effect of firms and industry characteristics such as firm size and competitive pressure on the returns to firms&rsquo; inventive activity is explicitely modeled. The analysis also incorporates the role of information spillovers and other organizational factors influencing the productivity of R&amp;D investments. A key result is that the effectiveness of a firm&rsquo;s patenting strategy is one of the main determinants of R&amp;D efforts and thus the production of inventions in only selected industries. &nbsp;

Intelligent Action Week (iACT) April 23-29
Type: News | Release Date: 4/12/2010
Mark your calendars for Intelligent Action Week!

Inter-Organizational Groups: A New Context for Examining the Triggers of Group Conflict
Type: ResearchInter-Organizational Groups: A New Context for Examining the Triggers of Group Conflict

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International Co-Invention in Central and Eastern Europe: the Role of Foreign Direct Investment
Type: ResearchThis paper analyzes&nbsp;the impact of Foreign Direct Investments on the ability of inventors in Eastern Europe to absorb&nbsp;the most advanced technologies from the West after the fall of the Berlin Wall.&nbsp;

International Development Group
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International Education Fairs Of Turkey
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Meet with an administrator of the Heinz College to discuss our many graduate degree program options

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International Festival Expert Hosts Weekend-Long Masterclass for MAM Students
Type: News | Release Date: 6/5/2013
Paul Gudgin, an acclaimed international arts festival expert, led a weekend-long Masterclass for Master of Arts Management (MAM) students from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College. The Masterclass included sessions on key tasks and challenges in festival management including programming, venues and infrastructure, sponsorship and fundraising, festival marketing, media relations, tourism management, impact and evaluation, and other critical areas.

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International Student Day
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International students party at Carnegie Mellon

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International Students on tour in Adelaide
Type: News | Release Date: 1/27/2010
The Adelaide Day Tour was arranged by the Carnegie Mellon Heinz College on January 15, 2010 which was the 5th day of the S10 Orientation Program attended by newly arrived international students commencing in January.

International students will help fix demographic problems
Type: News | Release Date: 3/16/2010
While the Global Economic Crisis is in retreat, governments and business leaders are being called on to ensure the best and brightest international students are allowed to work in Australia. The following was a letter published by The Messenger newspaper in Australia.

International Students- Additional Admission Requirements
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International/NGO’s
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The international community of organizations that seeks to operate world-wide to address the global issues of the day is as vast as the development goals they confront: poverty alleviation, access to education, gender equality, child mortality, maternal health, HIV/Aids and malaria, environmentally sustainable development, and building global development partnerships; these are the eight Millennium Development Goals around which much of the international community focuses its efforts.

Internet Exchanges for Used Books: An Empirical Analysis of Product Cannibalization and Welfare Impact
Type: ResearchInformation systems and the Internet have facilitated the creation of used product markets that feature a dramatically wider selection, lower search costs, and lower prices than their brick-andmortar counterparts do. The increased viability of these used product markets has caused concern among content creators and distributors, notably the Book Publishers Association and Author&rsquo;s Guild, who believe that used product markets will significantly cannibalize new product sales. However, this proposition, while theoretically possible, is based on speculation as opposed to empirical evidence. In this paper, we empirically analyze the degree to which used products cannibalize new product sales for books - one of the most prominent used product categories sold online. To do this, we use a unique dataset collected from Amazon.com&rsquo;s new and used book marketplaces to measure the degree to which used products cannibalize new product sales. We then use these estimates to measure the resulting first-order changes in publisher welfare and consumer surplus.

Internet guru has good news for Internet traders
Type: News | Release Date: 11/6/2008
Internet guru has good news for Internet traders.

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HCPM students are not required to participate in an internship, however professional experience is always encouraged throughout the academic year. Please make an appointment with your career advisor to explore potential opportunities.

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Internship Search Timeline
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Internship/Apprenticeship Funding
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Internship/Apprenticeship Funding
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/12/2013

Internship/Apprenticeship Funding
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/12/2013

Internships (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/15/2012

Internships
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Internships (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/4/2012

Interviewing Tips (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/16/2009
The key to interviewing success, is being prepared, knowing your qualities and practice, practice practice!

Interviewing Under Pressure
Type: News | Release Date: 3/12/2009
H. John Heinz III College’s Biotechnology and Management (MSBTM) students are getting a little extra job hunt preparation thanks to a creative mock interview competition. The students were recently afforded the opportunity to interview with members of the Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse Executives-in-Residence (EIR) program, established in 2002 to provide emerging life sciences companies proven leaders in the field.

Interviews
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/19/2012

INTL Admitted Student Webinar Slides
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/13/2012
slides from international admitted stu webinar on 12apr12

Intra-Organizational Computation and Complexity
Type: ResearchOrganizations are complex systems. They are also information processing systems comprised of a large number of agents such as human beings. Combining these perspectives and recognizing the essential non-linear dynamics that are at work leads to the standard non-linear multi-agent system conclusions such as: history matters, organizational behavior and form is path dependent, complex behavior emerges from individual interaction, and change is inevitable. Such a view while descriptive, is still far from the level of specificity and predictive richness that is necessary for organizational theory. To increase the specificity and value of our theories we will need to take into account more of the actual attributes of tasks, resources, knowledge and human cognition. In doing so, it will be possible to achieve a more adequate description of organizations as complex computational systems. More importantly, we will also achieve a greater ability to theorize about the complexity of organizational behavior. This paper describes complexity theory and computational organization theory. Then a description of organizations as complex computational systems is presented and operationalized as a computational model. Within this perspective, organizational behavior results form the actions of heterogeneous actors, the boundaries between agents, tasks, and resources are permeable, organizational roles emerge, organizational groups are networks, and information technology plays a key role as an interactive agents. &nbsp;

Introduction to CERT Resilience Management Model
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/13/2012

Intuitive Time-Series Extrapolation of Sales
Type: ResearchIntuitive Time-Series Extrapolation of Sales

IOF Direct Deposit for employees
Type: File | Last Modified: 5/18/2013

IOF Electronic Funds Transfer
Type: File | Last Modified: 5/18/2013

IOF Foreign National Form
Type: File | Last Modified: 5/18/2013

Iraq - Perspectives from the Front
Type: News | Release Date: 5/3/2009
Iraq – reconstruction on the frontline

Irene McFadden
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Is Academic Science Driving a Surge in Industrial Innovation? Evidence From Patent Citations
Type: ResearchWhat is driving the remarkable increase over the last decade in the propensity of patents to cite academic science? Does this trend indicate that stronger knowledge spillovers from academia have helped power the surge in innovative activity in the U.S. in the 1990s? This paper seeks to shed light on these questions by using a common empirical framework to assess the relative importance of various alternative hypotheses in explaining the growth in patent citations to science. Our analysis supports the notion that the nature of U.S. inventive activity has changed over the sample period, with an increased emphasis on the use of the knowledge generated by university-based scientists in later years. However, the concentration of patent-to-paper citation activity within what we call the &quot;bio nexus&quot; suggests that much of the contribution of knowledge spillovers from academia may belargely confined to bioscience-related inventions.

Is IT the Solution?
Type: News | Release Date: 7/18/2010
On Wednesday 14 July the South Australian (SA) State Manager of IBM Corporation Mr Keith Gillard addressed students and faculty of Carnegie Mellon University, Heinz College Australia, on the topic ‘Is IT the Solution’.

Is Objective Risk All That Matters When It Comes to Drugs?
Type: ResearchMokdad et al. (2004) estimate that each year in the United States, 435,000 people die from tobacco use, 85,000 from alcohol, and 17,000 from all illicit substances combined. Yet American public appears far more concerned about illegal drugs than it is about tobacco and alcohol use, driving expansions in control efforts far beyond that which is part and parcel of prohibition. The central thesis of this paper is that some of this mismatch in concern may stem from differences in the types of deaths created, with deaths associated with illicit drugs being, on average, &quot;scarier&quot; to the public than are the deaths associated with legal substances in a way that can be grounded in the risk perception and communication literatures. We summarize literature documenting that people care about more than actual death risk. Factors such as voluntariness, control, and familiarity also play a crucial role in determining the perceived risk of an event, and some of those factors seem to be more salient for the illicit drugs than for tobacco and alcohol. Social amplification of risk may also play a role in explaining these perceptions, but may not by itself be the full explanation. &nbsp;

Isabelle Cross
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/26/2012

iSchools Caucus
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
Deans from a number of leading iSchools have joined together to leverage the power of leading iSchools in building awareness of, support for and involvement with the iField among key constituencies, principally the media, business community, those who fund research, student prospects, and users of information.

ISI Graduate Fellowships
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

ISI Projects & Research
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Issues in the Empirical Evaluation of the Black-White Mortality Gap
Type: ResearchIssues in the Empirical Evaluation of the Black-White Mortality Gap

IT Lab Admission Criteria
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/16/2014

IT Lab Application
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/16/2014

IT LAB Checklist
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/8/2014
2014 checklist uploaded on 1/8/14

IT Lab Poster 2014
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/8/2013
To send to contacts at each partner school

IT Lab Research and Faculty
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/16/2014

IT Lab: Junior Summer Institute
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/16/2014
CMU's Heinz College IT Lab is designed for U.S. citizens pursuing technical undergraduate degrees such as computer science, engineering, math, physics, information technology, or business information systems.

IT Pioneer Visits Adelaide
Type: News | Release Date: 9/12/2010
US pioneer in the groundbreaking Capability Maturity Model for Software (Software CMM) Dr Mark Paulk recently visited Adelaide to host an Executive Workshop at Carnegie Mellon University - Australia.

IT service request form
Type: File | Last Modified: 6/1/2009
IT service request form

IT Teaching Professor is a leader in tolerance and learning
Type: News | Release Date: 4/29/2010
Life experience, tolerance and compassion makes IT Teaching Professor a hit with the students on the Adelaide campus.

IT-Strategy-Management.pdf
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/22/2011

ITLAB Decline Form 2014
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/6/2014

ITLAB Recommendation Form
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/10/2013
form to be submitted by recommender on behalf of ITLAB applicants

ITLAB Response-Contract 2014
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/19/2014

Jack Chow
Type: FacultyDistinguished Service Professor

Jacqueline Cohen Transitions to Emeritus Research Professor
Type: News | Release Date: 2/15/2011
Jacqueline (Jackie) Cohen, who has been a member of the Heinz College community for four decades, first as a research assistant and since then rising to the rank of Research Professor, retired on November 30, 2010. Along the way she also earned her Ph.D. in 1982 and served as the Associate Director of the Urban Systems Institute from 1982 to 1992.

Jake Yale Thesis
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/17/2014

James Benté
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

James Jordan
Type: FacultyDistinguished Service Professor of Healthcare & Biotechnology Management, Sr. Director of Healthcare and Biotechnology Programs

James Jordan Appointed to Board of Directors of the Pittsburgh Venture Capital Association
Type: News | Release Date: 7/23/2014
James Jordan, Distinguished Service Professor in Healthcare & Biotechnology Management and Senior Director of Healthcare & Biotechnology Programs at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Pittsburgh Venture Capital Association.

James Mercolini
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Jamie Callan
Type: FacultyProfessor of Computer Science

Jan 2011 class schedule
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/27/2010

Jane Heiple
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Janel Sutkus
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Janet McCall
Type: FacultyAdjunct Instructor

Janet Norton
Type: FacultyICM Partners

Janice Klein
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

January 2010 Schedule
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/28/2010

January 2011 Class Schedule
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/7/2011

January 2012 Class Schedule
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/19/2012

Janusz Szczypula
Type: FacultyTeaching Professor

Jared Simmer
Type: FacultyExecutive Director, The Piedmont Private Adjudication Center

Jason Hansen
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Jefferson Ashwood
Type: FacultyPh.D. Candidate

Jeffrey Kupfer
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Jeffrey Schneider
Type: FacultyEVP Business and Legal Affairs & General Counsel – Shine America

Jendayi Frazer
Type: FacultyDistinguished Public Service Professor

Jeremy Smith
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Jerome Granato
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Jerry Coltin
Type: FacultyTeaching Professor

Jerry Paytas
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Jesuit Volunteer Corps
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Jim Dye on his Time at Heinz and His Career Trajectory
Type: News | Release Date: 9/19/2013
Jim Dye on Heinz, MSIT, and his career trajectory.

Jimeng Sun Presentation
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/11/2012

JIndE Paper
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/14/2009

Jing Gong
Type: FacultyPhD Student

Job Links and Resources
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/6/2014
The Career Services office offers many online and hard copy resources to assist you with your internship or full time job search.

Job Market Candidates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/22/2012

Job Market Candidates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/22/2012

Job Market Paper
Type: ResearchTurner, Abby Clay. 2013. Labor Strife in Public Schools: Does it Affect Education Production? Job market paper. &nbsp; Abstract &nbsp;Teacher strikes and the right of public employees to collectively bargain are topics of frequent and heated debate in the public sphere, with little research available to inform the debate. &nbsp;In firms, the negative relationship between labor unrest and reduced productivity is well-documented; the purpose of this study is to explore whether there exists a similar, measurable relationship between labor strife and productivity in public schools. &nbsp;Using regression analysis to analyze data that includes teacher strikes and expired contracts over a seven-year period in Pennsylvania, I find that the pass rates on a district-level cohort&rsquo;s math tests decrease by about 1-2 percentage points in the year of a strike and by about 0.5 percentage points during a year that teachers work under an expired contract. &nbsp;Additionally, cohorts experiencing a strike during their 11th-grade year realize about a 2 percentage-point decrease in their graduation rate. &nbsp;In addition to improving upon the methodologies of previous teacher strike papers, this paper distinguishes between productivity loss due to strikes and that due to lengthy ongoing labor disputes that do not necessarily end in strike. &nbsp;Policy implications include making administrators aware of the possible effect of a strike on graduation rates and the need for better collection of data on collective bargaining by state agencies.&nbsp;

Job Market Paper
Type: ResearchTurner, Abby Clay. 2013. Labor Strife in Public Schools: Does it Affect Education Production? Job market paper.

Job Market Paper (Nov 14 2010)
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/14/2011

Job Market Paper (Nov 14 2010)
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/14/2011

Job Market Paper (Nov 14)
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/14/2011

Job Market Paper (Nov-14-2010)
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/14/2011

Job Market Paper 11-14-2010
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/14/2011

Job Search Timeline
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Jobs and Internships
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/21/2010

Jobs and Recruiting: Hiring a Heinz Student
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/22/2014
Heinz College is an ideal resource for recruiters who want to access a large pool of students skilled in quantitative methods and analysis from our two graduate schools.

Jody Cervenak
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Joe Cuello
Type: FacultyMusic Consultant / Artist Past SVP of Creative Music Integration for MTV

Joe Sestak
Type: FacultyDistinguished Practice Professor

Joel Tarr
Type: FacultyRichard S. Caliguiri University Professor of History & Policy

John Davis
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

John Federico
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

John Flaherty
Type: FacultyDirector and Distinguished Service Professor of Heinz College Washington DC

John Flaherty Appointed as Distinguished Service Professor and Director of the Heinz College Washington DC
Type: News | Release Date: 6/26/2014
Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College announces the appointment of John Flaherty as Distinguished Service Professor of Public Policy and Management and Director of the Heinz College Washington DC. John will provide strategic direction and lead relationship building for the Heinz College in the DC area. He takes over for Robert C. Wilburn, in July, who retires after five years of service to the University.

John Gardner
Type: FacultyPhD: Economics and Public Policy

John Glicksman
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

John Harrison
Type: FacultyDirector/Producer/Composer

John Huber
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

John Miller
Type: FacultyChief Marketing Officer for the NBC Universal Television Group

John Mishler
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

John Shantz
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

John Tarnoff
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty Head of Industry Relations, Master of Entertainment Industry Management Program

John Tarnoff Named Head of MEIM Industry Relations for Heinz College
Type: News | Release Date: 5/28/2010
John Tarnoff, a 30-year veteran of the media and entertainment business, has been appointed head of industry relations for the Master of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM) Program, a collaborative academic initiative of H. John Heinz III College and the College of Fine Arts at Carnegie Mellon University.

John Tarnoff Presents at XMedia Lab Global Media Ideas Conference in Sydney, Austrailia
Type: News | Release Date: 7/19/2011
X Media Lab founded the Global Media Ideas Conference in June 2003, and has gone on to hold more than 45 events in 14 of the world's great digital media cities: Beijing, Mumbai, London, Sydney, Amsterdam, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, Seoul, Singapore, Suzhou, Auckland, Wellington, Malmö and Los Angeles.

Joint Degree with Pitt Law
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/2/2011
For MSPPM and MAM students interested in JD at Pitt

Jonathan Baker
Type: FacultyProducer/Past executive at Sony Pictures Feature Film Marketing and Domestic Television Research

Jonathan Caulkins
Type: FacultyH. Guyford Stever Professorship of Operations Research and Public Policy

Jonathan Caulkins on Big Tobacco and the Legal Marijuana Market
Type: News | Release Date: 4/15/2014
Heinz College faculty member and legalization expert Jonathan Caulkins worries about the dangerous effects of Big Tobacco capturing the marijuana business as more states adopt legalization.

Jonathan Delano
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Joseph Balestreire
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Joseph Dimperio
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Joseph Mertz
Type: FacultyAssociate Teaching Professor, Director: Technology Consulting in the Global Community Program

Joseph Mertz is 2012 Recipient of CMU's Gelfand Award
Type: News | Release Date: 3/27/2012
Joseph Mertz, associate teaching professor of Information Systems at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College, is the 2012 recipient of the Mark Gelfand Service Award for Educational Outreach].

Journal of Drug Policy Analysis to Publish Research Conducted by MSPPM Students
Type: News | Release Date: 8/16/2011
When Carolyn Coulson (MSPPM '11), Christina Farber (MSPPM '11) and Joseph Vesely (MSPPM '11) first walked into the Policy Decision Modeling Workshop they shared the spring of 2011, little did they know the class would inspire independent research resulting in a published paper by a renowned scholarly journal.

Judith Stemmler
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Juggling work and study – the local student’s dilemma
Type: News | Release Date: 4/30/2009
Juggling work and study – the local student’s dilemma

Junior Summer Institute Course Descriptions
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Just Harvest - Farmers' Markets Report
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/20/2010

Just Harvest Project Bears Fruit (and Vegetables)
Type: News | Release Date: 1/14/2014
Just Harvest recently announced the success of the Fresh Access Program, which has enabled food stamp shoppers to use their benefits at Pittsburgh city-run farmers markets since the beginning of this season. Following the success of a pilot program at the Citiparks East Liberty and North Side markets, Fresh Access has expanded to include the South Side, Carrick, Bloomfield, and Beechview markets.

Justin Sosne
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/26/2012

K. Craig Trout
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

K12 Graduate Certificate Admissions Requirements
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/24/2013

K12 Principal Certification
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/16/2013

Kai Zheng (Ph.D. 2006) Receives AMIA New Investigator Award
Type: News | Release Date: 10/18/2011
Kai Zheng, who earned his Ph.D. in Information Systems from Carnegie Mellon University's H.John Heinz III College in 2006, recently received the AMIA New Investigator Award.

Kangaroos and chocolates highlights of Barossa trip
Type: News | Release Date: 9/17/2009
New students sample South Australian food and chocolates

Karen Clay
Type: FacultyAssociate Professor of Economics Program Chair, Master of Public Management

Karen Clay Co-Authors New Book, "The Evolution of a Nation"
Type: News | Release Date: 1/5/2012
Drawing on rich evidence about the development of the American states from the mid-nineteenth to the late twentieth century, this book documents the mechanisms through which geographical and historical conditions--such as climate, access to water transportation, and early legal systems--impacted political and judicial institutions and economic growth.

Karyn Moore
Type: FacultyAssociate Teaching Professor of Information Systems

Kathleen Carley
Type: FacultyProfessor of Organizational Sociology

Kathleen Smith
Type: FacultyAssociate Teaching Professor

Kathryn Heidemann
Type: FacultyProgram Director, Master of Arts Management

Katsunobu Sasanuma
Type: FacultyPhD Student

Keith Block Entrepreneurship Competition
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/24/2013

Keith Boesky
Type: FacultyPrincipal – Boesky & Company

Keith Eich
Type: FacultyPast Director of Digital Distribution Operations, NBCUniversal/ Currently Vice President of Product Development at LegalZoom

Kekre-Ma-Sun
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/19/2011

Ketaki Desai (MPM '13) Shares Experience Interning with UNICEF
Type: News | Release Date: 9/4/2012
Ketaki Desai (MPM '13) Shares Experience Interning with UNICEF

Kevin McMahon
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Kim Hyatt
Type: FacultyAssociate Teaching Professor, cLab Director and IT Faculty Consultant

Kiron Skinner
Type: FacultyAssociate Professor International Relations and Political Science in the Department of Social and Decision Sciences, Special Appointment to Heinz College

Kleiner Wins Labor and Employment Relations Association Grant
Type: News | Release Date: 10/3/2008
Doctoral student Samuel A. Kleiner is the recipient of the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA) Susan C. Eaton Scholar-Practioner Research Grant, given to a scholar doing new and promising research in the labor and employment relations field.

Korea Based Accredited Agent (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/27/2011

Kristen Kurland
Type: FacultyTeaching Professor of Architecture, Information Systems, and Public Policy

KZelonisMSISPMThesis
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/18/2008

Labor Day - NO CLASSES
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 9/1/2014
No Description

Labor Market Discrimination
Type: ResearchTwo central and related questions in economics concern how resources are distributed and why some persons earn more than others. In the labor market, where the buyers are employers and the sellers are workers, exchange occurs when workers &quot;sell&quot; their labor to employers and receive wages or salary in return for the services that they perform. In the United States, economic status varies remarkably along race and gender lines. This paper describes racial differences in three distinct but related dimensions of economic status: earnings, employment status, and wealth. Finally, this paper reviews some explanations economists have offered for these differences and consider the evidence available to support or refute these explanations.

Labor Strife in Public Schools: Does it Affect Education Production?
Type: ResearchLast school year, teachers or employees from fourteen Pennsylvania public school districts went on strike. In Pennsylvania, as in eight other states, strikes are a legal and regulated part of collective bargaining, a process in which, every few years, teachers&rsquo; unions and local school boards meet to agree upon pay, benefits, and working conditions. Theory and empirical evidence from manufacturing (Kleiner, Leonard &amp; Pilarski [1999]; Mas [2007]; Krueger &amp; Mas [2003]) and the service sector (Mas [2006]) tell us that labor strife causes a decrease in employee productivity, but there have been no studies exploring whether the relationship between labor strife and teacher productivity can be measured empirically. The contribution of this paper to the literature is to document whether the same relationship that exists in firms, between production and labor strife, exists in public schools, between education production and teachers&rsquo; labor disputes. &nbsp;

Laptop Program Guidelines
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/12/2012
2012 Laptop & Technology guidlines

LARC_online_music
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/1/2013

Larry Wasserman on Statistical Machine Learning
Type: News | Release Date: 11/13/2013
Larry Wasserman's Research Seminar Series on Statistical Machine Learning are now available online.

Last Day of Fall Classes
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 12/5/2014
No Description

Last Day of Mini I Classes
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/13/2014
No Description

Last Day of Mini III Classes; Evening Mini III classes may give final exams
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 3/2/2015
No Description

Last Day of Mini VI and Semester Classes
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 8/7/2014
No Description

Last Day of Spring Classes
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 5/1/2015
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Last Day of Summer Classes
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 8/7/2015
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Latin American students in top form at Australian Carnegie Mellon campus
Type: News | Release Date: 2/24/2010
Two Latin American students studying on the Australian campus show that entrepreneurialism and charity go hand-in-hand. We interview two of Latin America’s best and brightest students.

Latino/a Graduate Student Association (LGSA)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/16/2013

Lauble Fellowship
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/13/2014

Laura Brandimarte
Type: FacultyPhD

Laura Dabbish
Type: FacultyAssistant Professor of Information Technology and Organizations

Laura Kleber
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Laura Synnott
Type: FacultyAssociate Teaching Professor, Health Care Policy and Management

Laura Zorch (MAM, 2012) Co-Authors Book About Pittsburgh Cuisine
Type: News | Release Date: 7/18/2012
Since graduating from the Master of Arts Management program at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College in 2011, Laura Zorch has garnered great arts management experiences with organizations such as the City of Pittsburgh’s Office of Public Art and the Westmoreland Museum. However, now she can add published author to her resumé.

Lavanya Marla
Type: FacultySystems Scientist

Leader in the Field, Leader in the Classroom: William P. Malloy, MISM, 2001
Type: News | Release Date: 9/3/2010
When G.I. Jobs magazine included Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College on its 2010 list of “Military Friendly Schools,” they must have consulted with William Malloy, a 2001 graduate of the Master of Information Systems Management (MISM) program.

Leadership
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/14/2014

Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/24/2014

Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/24/2014

Leadership in Higher Education
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/17/2013

Leadership: Women in Plaid
Type: News | Release Date: 1/21/2013
According to non-profit Catalyst, women currently hold just 4.2% of the current Fortune 500 CEO spots. Women in the U.S. earn between 57 and 77 cents for every dollar earned by men, according to the Wage Project. And the women of Carnegie Mellon University aren't just standing by.

Leading Indicators and Spatial Interactions: A Crime Forecasting Model for Proactive Police Deployment
Type: ResearchBased on crime attractor and displacement theories of environmental criminology, this paper specifies a leading indicator model for forecasting serious property and violent crimes. The model, intended for support of tactical deployment of police resources, is at the micro-level scale; namely, one-month-ahead forecasts over a grid system of 104 square grid cells 4,000 feet on a side (with approximately 100 blocks per grid cell). The leading indicators are selected lesser crimes and incivilities entering the model in two ways: 1) as time lags within grid cells and 2) time and space lags averaged over contiguous grid cells of observation grid cells. The validation case study uses 1.3 million police records including 16 individual crime types from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania aggregated over the grid system for a 96 month period ending in December 1998. The study uses the rolling-horizon forecast experimental design with forecasts made over the 36 month period ending in December 1998, yielding 3,774 forecast errors per forecast model.

LeadingIndicators
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/1/2013

Learn Linux and Open Source
Type: News | Release Date: 1/6/2011
Renowned Professor of Software Management Practice and Executive Director of the Centre for Open Source Investigation in the U.S., Tony Wasserman, will be hosting a course in Linux and Open Source at Carnegie Mellon University – Australia.

Learning from Experience
Type: News | Release Date: 5/22/2009
An Internet startup developed with the help of a Heinz College student team readies for the launch of its second generation feature set.

Learning to Make a Difference
Type: News | Release Date: 11/2/2011
Colombian Masters Student Adriana Espejo is studying with one goal in mind – learn how to make decisions that benefit society as a whole.

Leave of Absence - Australian students
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/28/2009

Leave of Absence Form
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/17/2011

Leave of Absence or withdrawal Form for International Students 2009
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/28/2009

Leave-of-Absence
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/21/2008

Lectures & Presentations
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/16/2013

Lectures, Speakers & Conferences
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/31/2012

Lee Branstetter
Type: FacultyAssociate Professor of Economics and Public Policy (joint appointment with the Social and Decision Sciences department)

Lee Branstetter Participates in Symposium at the World Bank
Type: News | Release Date: 12/17/2010
The World Bank Legal Vice Presidency hosted a Symposium on "The Role of Intellectual Property in Development" at its headquarters in Washington D.C. Heinz College's Lee Branstetter was on hand to lend his expertise.

Lee Branstetter to Present Research Findings at U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
Type: News | Release Date: 4/20/2011
On Friday, April 22, Lee Branstetter, associate professor of economics and public policy, will present research findings at the U.S. Patent and Trademarks Office.

Lee Hollin
Type: FacultyDirector, Current Programming at CBS Network and CBS TV Studios

lee_branstetter_aer
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/14/2009

lee_branstetter_qje
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/14/2009

Letter to the Editor, Campus Review by Executive Director Terry Buss
Type: News | Release Date: 5/10/2010
The Campus Review story on Carnegie Mellon University (03.05.10) was inaccurate and lacked important information about our role in South Australia.

Leveraging Social Networks To Motivate Individuals to Reduce their Ecological Footprints
Type: ResearchWhat role can social networking websites play in supporting large-scale group action and change? This paper proposes to explore their use in supporting individual reduction in personal energy consumption. Here, some existing uses of social networking on the web and propose an approach that integrates feedback about ecological footprint data into existing social networking sites and Internet portal sites are summarized. Integrating such feedback into popular, commonly used sites allows frequent feedback about performance, while enabling the exploration motivational schemes that leverage group membership. We propose to compare different motivational schemes in three ways: Reduction in CO2 emission; lifestyle changes; and ongoing use by users who join the site (retention).

Liberia Internship 2010
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Library (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 10/11/2010

Library Guidelines 11 October
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/11/2010

Library Guidelines for Australian campus
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/18/2008

Library Resources
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/18/2008

Licensing in the chemical industry
Type: ResearchA patent confers on the patentee the right to exclude others from the use of the knowledge that the patent covers. Patents, however, are not the only feasible way to reach exclusiveness and other economic means might be used as well. Indeed, the alternatives are often thought to be more effective at enabling the inventor to benefit from the innovation than patenting itself (Levin et al., 1987; Cohen et al., 1996). The instrument of exclusion is, however, not a matter of indifference for society. The way in which patents are used (or not used) affects the evolution of the industrial structure and the technology itself. Specifically, unlike such alternatives as lead time, first mover advantage and secrecy, patents can be used to sell technology, typically through license contracts. Simply put, patents can play a key role in facilitating the purchase and sale of technology. This essay moves beyond the traditional approach to patents that has mainly focused on patents as means to exclude others and highlights the role of the market for technology. A market for technology not only helps diffuse existing technology more efficiently, it also enables firms to specialize in the generation of new technology. In turn, such specialization is likely to hasten the pace of technological change itself. However, the development of a market for technology is not an automatic outcome, and depends upon a number of factors that include the strength of patent rights, as well as the nature of the technology and the industry structure itself.

Licensing in the presence of competing technologies
Type: ResearchIn technology-based industries, many incumbent firms license their technology to other firms that will potentially compete with them. Such a strategy is difficult to explain within traditional models of licensing. This paper extends the literature on licensing by relaxing the widespread assumption of a &lsquo;unique&rsquo; technology holder. A model is developed with many technological trajectories for the production of a differentiated good. We find that competition in the market for technology induces licensing of innovations, and that the number of licenses can be inefficiently large. A strong testable implication of the theory is that the number of licenses per patent holder decreases with the degree of product differentiation. &nbsp;

Life After Graduate School
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Life Changes in Adelaide
Type: News | Release Date: 12/15/2010
Anthony Wolak, an American graduate student studying at Carnegie Mellon Australia, writes about his Heinz College experience.

Life in Adelaide (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/29/2011

Life in Adelaide
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/29/2011

Life in Pittsburgh
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/31/2013

Life-Saving Androids
Type: News | Release Date: 3/5/2009
A group of H. John Heinz III College Information Systems and Management students are working on a project with life-saving implications. Using Google’s Android mobile development platform, the students are developing a mobile software application for ClickDiagnostics, Inc., a global tele-health company headquartered in Cambridge, MA. The application will facilitate the remote diagnosis of diseases in developing countries.

Lights, Camera — Cannes
Type: News | Release Date: 6/18/2013
When Taylor Grabowsky (A'06, HNZ'14) entered Carnegie Mellon University's Master of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM) program last fall, he knew he wanted a career in the film industry. He didn't know that within a year, he'd be premiering a short film at the 2013 Cannes International Film Festival.

Linda Babcock
Type: FacultyJames M. Walton Professor of Economics

Linda Babcock's Book Nominated for Self-Improvement Award
Type: News | Release Date: 2/16/2009
Heinz College Professor Linda Babcock's book 'Ask for It' has been nominated for a self-improvement award.

Linda Chaousis
Type: FacultyAdelaide Campus Adjunct Faculty

Linda Haddad
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Lindsay Bostwick
Type: FacultyPh.D. Student

LinkedIn Flyer Students
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/24/2014

LinkedIn Updated Flyer
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/24/2014

Linux Cheat Sheet
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/13/2013

Lisa Osborne
Type: FacultyFounder/Principal – Jigsaw Global

Live public transport timetables in mobile phones
Type: News | Release Date: 5/7/2009
Live public transport timetables in mobile phones

Living Analytics Research Centre
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/19/2011

Living Analytics Research Centre
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/21/2013

Liz Schuelke
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/26/2012

LOA or withdrawal international students
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/18/2008

Loan Disbursement Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 12/30/2013

Local advertising campaign on the move
Type: News | Release Date: 5/3/2009
Local advertising campaign on the move

Local prospective student information sessions
Type: News | Release Date: 5/17/2009
Local prospective student information sessions

Lola Mason
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Long-Run Trends in Incarceration of Drug Offenders in the US
Type: ResearchEstimates are developed for the number of people incarcerated in the US for drug-law violations between 1972-2002, broken down by type of institution (federal prison, state prison, or jail) and to the extent possible by nature of drug offense (possession/use, trafficking, or other). These time series are compared to trends in drug use indicators, revealing at best weak correlations, and the absolute levels are compared to different market indicators to draw various inferences. For example, even though about 480,000 people are incarcerated for drug-law violations, on average retail sellers spend less than two hours behind bars per sale. Still, full time sellers might expect to spend three months incarcerated per year of selling, suggesting that there are roughly four active drug sellers for every one who is incarcerated.

Long-Term Employment
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Longitudinal Study of Crime Hot Spots
Type: ResearchLongitudinal Study of Crime Hot Spots: Dynamics and Impact on Part 1 Violent Crime&nbsp;

Lowell Taylor
Type: FacultyH. John Heinz III Professor of Economics

Loyal Scots Challenge
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/20/2013

Luca Zan
Type: FacultyAdjunct Visiting Professor

Luis Quintero
Type: FacultyPh.D. Student

Luke Skurman (MSPPM, 2004) and College Prowler
Type: News | Release Date: 7/29/2011
As a student at Carnegie Mellon University, he had an idea to help the millions of high school students who go through the process each year make the most informed decisions. And he didn’t wait for graduation to turn his idea into a thriving new business.

Lutheran Volunteer Corps
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Lynne Pastor
Type: FacultyAssociate Teaching Professor

M. Morgan
Type: FacultyProfessor of Engineering and Public Policy, Electrical and Computer Engineering

M10 Distance Packet
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/2/2010

M12 Class Schedule 180512
Type: File | Last Modified: 5/17/2012

M12 Class Schedule 210612
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M12 Class Schedule PDF
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mac osx file server 2011
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mac printers quick guide 2011
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Main Campus Resources
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Main Page
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/23/2014
The main webpage for the Summer Career Academy.

Majora Carter
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Malaysia Based Accredited Agents (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/27/2011

MAM - GIOCA with the University of Bologna, Italy
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/19/2013

MAM - JD with the University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
The University of Pittsburgh School of Law and Heinz College offer a dual degree program designed to train students for careers in which arts management and law overlap.

MAM Admissions Requirements
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/13/2014
With each entering class, we seek to create a diverse community of future arts managers.

MAM Allegheny College
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/1/2012

MAM Alum Turning Heads at Touchstone Center for Crafts
Type: News | Release Date: 7/15/2013
Adam Kenney, a MAM alum from Heinz College, is preserving crafts and exploring new territories as the executive director of the Touchstone Center for Crafts.

MAM Alumna Finds Success Through Chicken Tenders
Type: News | Release Date: 3/15/2013
Kate Hansen, a Master of Arts Management (MAM ’10) alumna from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, was already enjoying a successful post-Heinz career with the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council and their Office of Public Art, but a new project she co-founded with her brother is generating a great deal of interest and it’s all thanks to chicken tenders.

MAM Alumni Resources
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/18/2012

MAM Application Process
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/25/2013
Application process for students interested in pursuing the MAM degree.

MAM Apprenticeship Agreement 2010
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/1/2010

MAM Bethany College
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/13/2012

MAM BOLOGNA DOUBLE DEGREE PROGRAM 12-2-2011
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MAM BOLOGNA Semester Abroad 12-10-2010
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/17/2011

MAM Carnegie Mellon University Undergraduates' Accelerated Masters' Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/7/2014
We offer an Accelerated Master’s Program to qualified Carnegie Mellon University students.

MAM Chatham University 4+1 Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
Heinz College offers an Accelerated Master’s Program to qualified Chatham University students.

MAM Collaborative/Accelerated Programs
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/17/2012
Earn your undergraduate and graduate degree in five years, rather than six, through our Accelerated Masters Programs (AMP) and Collaborative Master’s Programs.

MAM Costs & Financial Aid
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

MAM Course Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/23/2014

MAM Cultural Exchange and Dual Degree Opportunities Help Foster International Arts Leaders
Type: News | Release Date: 3/29/2012
The Master of Arts Management (MAM) program at Carnegie Mellon University’s H.John Heinz III College is known for helping shape arts managers equipped with the skills necessary to perform leadership positions in organizations throughout the arts and culture sector. In addition to management, analytic and technology coursework, the MAM program also provides students with cultural diplomacy opportunities through exchange partnerships with the University of Ludwigsburg in Germany and the University of Bologna in Italy.

MAM Curriculum
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

MAM Dual Degrees
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012
To further expand your knowledge and expertise in arts management, we offer several dual degree programs.

MAM Elective Courses
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MAM Employment Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/31/2012

MAM Exchange Program Ludwigsberg Germany
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/17/2011

MAM Exchange Program with the University of Bologna
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/13/2013
This exchange agreement allows students from either the University of Bologna or Heinz College to study at the other campus for one semester.

MAM Exchange Program with University of Ludwidgsburg - Germany
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/13/2013

MAM Exchange Programs
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/13/2013

MAM Faculty Position 2012
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/27/2012

MAM Grad Transforming Experience for Smithsonian Visitors
Type: News | Release Date: 10/19/2012
Samir Bitar (HNZ'07) had never really thought of himself as a quantitative person. But now that he is equipped with a Master of Arts Management degree from Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College, he is transforming the way visitors experience the Smithsonian's Museum of Natural History. Bitar serves as chief of visitor experience at the Smithsonian. Whether he's reviewing a report on the feasibility of moving a museum restaurant or listening to ideas for the next marketing campaign, Bitar is always looking for a better way to do things.

MAM Handbook 08-09 One Year Track
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/27/2008

MAM Handbook 08-09 Two Year Track
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/27/2008

MAM Incoming Class Profile (3 year average)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/26/2013
Incoming Fall 2007 Class Profile for the MAM program.

MAM job resources
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/17/2012

MAM job resources
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/17/2012

MAM Mission Statement
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/18/2013

MAM One-Pager
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/2/2014

MAM Program Launches AMTLab
Type: News | Release Date: 9/19/2013
Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College announces the launch of its latest research initiative, the Arts Management & Technology Laboratory (AMTLab). A project of the Master of Arts Management (MAM) program, AMTLab continues the innovative work of the nationally recognized research center Technology in the Arts. AMTLab will serve as an exchange, a catalyst for ideas, and a conduit for knowledge by providing current and future arts managers, technologists, and researchers with existing best practices and emerging technologies impacting the arts and culture sector.

MAM Student Projects
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/23/2014

MAM Student Projects
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/23/2014

MAM Student Spotlight
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

MAM Two-Year (Pittsburgh)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/18/2013
Two-Year (Four Semesters) Track Requirements for the MAM Program.

MAM-ALL CareerGuide_2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/23/2013

MAM-GIOCA Handbook 13-14
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/17/2014

MAM-Handbook-12-13-MAM_GIOCA.pdf
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/17/2012

MAM-Handbook-12_13.pdf
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/17/2012

MAM-MEIM Apprenticeship Agreement Form
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/4/2009

MAM-MEIM Internship Support Info
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/10/2009

MAM-MEIM-Webinar-Slides-13nov12
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/14/2012
Presentation slides from MAM and MEIM Webinar on November 13, 2012.

MAM-Univ of Pitt Dual
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/29/2009

MAM/GIOCA Alum Takes Part in Never Ending Night
Type: News | Release Date: 8/9/2013
A stargazer’s dream is about to become a reality thanks to Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College alum, Patrick Waldo (MAM/GIOCA ’12). Only a year after earning his Master of Arts Management / Innovation and Organization of Culture and the Arts dual degree from both Heinz College and the University of Bologna, Waldo is helping to bring the starry sky to the world, even when the sun is up.

MAM/GIOCA Students Prepare for a Summer of Cultural Sustainability Research
Type: News | Release Date: 6/29/2011
When Laura Odegaard and Patrick Waldo began their studies at the University of Bologna last fall, little did they know their desire to create a student-run art space in Italy would lead to award-winning international research.

MAM/MEIM Internship Forms
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

MAM_2013_2014_Handbook
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/14/2013

MAM_GIOCA_2013_2014_Handbook
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/5/2014

MAM_Program
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/19/2012

Management
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/12/2013

Managing Information Privacy and Information Access in the Public Sector
Type: ResearchGovernment agencies collect and disseminate data that bear on the most important issues of public interest. Advances in information technology, particularly the Internet, have multiplied the tension between demands for evermore comprehensive databases and demands for the shelter of privacy. In mediating between these two conflicting demands, agencies must address a host of difficult problems. These include providing access to information while protecting confidentiality, coping with health information databases, and ensuring consistency with international standards. The policies of agencies are determined by what is right for them to do, what works for them, and what they are required to do by law. They must interpret and respect the ethical imperatives of democratic accountability, constitutional empowerment, and individual autonomy. They must keep pace with technological developments by developing effective measures for making information available to a broad range of users. They must both abide by the mandates of legislation and participate in the process of developing new legislation that is responsive to changes that affect their domain. In managing confidentiality and data access functions, agencies have two basic tools: techniques for disclosure limitation through restricted data and administrative procedures through restricted access. The technical procedures for disclosure limitation involve a range of mathematical and statistical tools. The administrative procedures can be implemented through a variety of institutional mechanisms, ranging from privacy advocates, through internal privacy review boards, to a data and access protection commission

Managing Misperceptions
Type: News | Release Date: 12/5/2011
Your first management position may not be what you expect. This was the wisdom shared by Dr Ruth Zaplin, Adjunct Faculty at Carnegie Mellon University and Assistant Director to the Key Executive Leadership Program, at a recent Convocation for students at Carnegie Mellon University – Australia titled The Leaders We Need: What Got You Here Won’t Get You There.

Marco Vincenzi
Type: FacultyPhD in Public Policy

Margaret (Mimi) Falbo
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Maria Tomprou
Type: FacultyAdjunct Instructor

Marijuana Markets: Inferences from Reports by the Household Population
Type: ResearchGenerally more is known about drug use and demand than about markets and supply, in large part because population survey data are available while market data are not. Although the household population represents a relatively small proportion of users of hard drugs, it represents a large proportion of the population using marijuana and participating in marijuana markets. This paper provides a description of marijuana market and acquisition patterns as reported by participants in the 2001 National Household Survey on Drug Abuse. We find that most respondents obtain marijuana indoors (87%), from a friend or relative (89%), and for free (58%). Retail marijuana distribution appears to be embedded in social networks, rather than being dominated by &quot;professional&quot; sellers. Despite these contrasts with stereotypical street markets for cocaine and heroin, there are also similarities, such as evidence of quantity discounts and a minority of users accounting for the majority of purchases. It is estimated that there are on the order of 400 million retail marijuana purchases in the U.S. each year and that the average purchase size is small, about 6-7 joints. &nbsp;

Mark Christopher
Type: FacultyWriter/Director/Producer, Debut Directorial Feature, "54"; Creator/Executive Producer, "Real Life: The Musical"

Mark DeSantis
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Mark Henschke (MMM, 2001) Named One of America's Top Physicians
Type: News | Release Date: 10/5/2010
The Consumers’ Research Council of America announced that Dr. Mark R. Henschke was selected as one of “America’s Top Physicians” and is being listed in the “ Guide to America’s Top Physicians” 2010 Edition.

Mark Kamlet
Type: FacultyExecutive Vice President and Provost, Carnegie Mellon University; H. John Heinz III Professor of Economics and Public Policy; Former Dean of the Heinz School (1993-2000)

Mark Wessel
Type: FacultyAssistant Teaching Professor

Mark Yanalitis
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Markets for Technology and Their Implications for Corporate Strategy
Type: ResearchAlthough market transactions for technologies, ideas, knowledge or information are limited by several well known imperfections, there is increasing evidence that they have become more common than in the past. In this paper we argue that these markets change the traditional mindset in which the only available option for a company wishing to introduce an innovation is to develop the technology in-house, or for a company developing the technology to own the downstream assets needed to manufacture and commercialize the goods. This affects the role of companies both as technology users (they can &quot;buy&quot; technologies) and as technology suppliers (they can &quot;sell&quot; technologies). The implications for management include more proactive management of intellectual property, greater attention to external monitoring of technologies, and organizational changes to support technology licensing, joint-ventures and acquisition of external technology. For entrepreneurial startups, markets for technology make a focused business model more attractive. At the industry level, markets for technology may lower barriers to entry and increase competition, with obvious implications for the firms&rsquo; broader strategy as well. &nbsp;

Martcia Wade Teaching Award
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/19/2014

Martin Gaynor
Type: FacultyE. J. Barone Professorship of Economics and Health Policy

Martin Gaynor Discusses His Involvement with the Health Care Cost Institute (HCCI)
Type: News | Release Date: 10/6/2011
Dr. Martin Gaynor, PhD, is the E.J. Barone Professor of Economics and Health Policy at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College and Chairman of the Governing Board of the recently launched Health Care Cost Institute.

Martin Gaynor on Health Care Reform and What It Means for the Economy
Type: News | Release Date: 9/17/2012
E. J. Barone Professor of Economics and Health Policy Martin Gaynor speaks to the economic and social effects of health care reform in a series of videos on genconnect.com.

Martin Lindner
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Martin Luther King Day-No Day or Evening Classes after 12:30pm
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 1/19/2015
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Mary Jane Tocci
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Mary Navarro
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Master of Arts Management - Summer Internships
Type: News | Release Date: 8/11/2011
Grace Stewart and Tom Hughes (MAM '12) describe their summer internships at the August Wilson Center for African American Culture and the Mattress Factory Museum, respectively.

Master of Arts Management Program Hosts 27 National Arts Leaders for Forum on Arts Management Education
Type: News | Release Date: 7/11/2014
Master of Arts Management (MAM) Program Director Kathryn Heidemann wanted to assess the degree to which her students utilize the knowledge and skills they acquire during their time at Carnegie Mellon University to make an impact on the field of arts management. So to begin her research, she went directly to some valuable sources: the leaders of influential arts organizations that are shaping the field today.

Master of Arts Management Student Goes Behind the Curtain at the Tony Awards®
Type: News | Release Date: 7/14/2014
When Kimmy Nguyen (MAM ’14) first started as an Advancement Intern with Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Fine Arts in the fall of 2013, she probably never dreamed that her internship would lead to her hanging out with Lucy Liu at the official after-party of a major entertainment award ceremony and network television broadcast. But that’s exactly what happened on June 8, when Kimmy got a behind-the-scenes look at the 2014 Tony Awards® at Radio City Music Hall.

Master of Entertainment Industry Management
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/26/2013
The Master of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM) program complements the creative and aesthetic skills you've honed as an undergraduate with a set of management skills to prepare you for a leadership career in the entertainment industry. MEIM offers a rigorous management education based on theory and practice to help accelerate your career path within the film and television industries.

Master of Medical Management Profile: Christopher Doehring, MMM, 2011
Type: News | Release Date: 9/7/2010
Christopher B. Doehring, M.D., was recently appointed Vice President of Medical Affairs at St. Francis Hospital and Health Centers, an Indiana-based healthcare provider. Prior to this appointment, Doehring worked as associate director of the hospital's Family Medicine Residency Program. He is currently pursuing his Master of Medical Management at Heinz College.

Master of Public Management Full-Time Track (Pittsburgh)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Master of Public Management Part-Time Track (Pittsburgh)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/26/2014

Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) 2013Unit of Study Tuition Fee Schedule
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/24/2013

Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) 2013Unit of Study Tuition Fee Schedule
Type: File | Last Modified: 3/24/2013

Mastering Process Improvement (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/9/2012
Our insider threat research focuses on both technical and behavioral aspects of actual compromises; our goal is to raise awareness of the risks of insider threat and to help identify the factors influencing an insider's decision to act, the indicators and precursors of malicious acts, and the countermeasures that will improve the survivability and resiliency of the organisation.

Masters Student Directory
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Matej Drev
Type: FacultyPhD: Economics and Public Policy

Mathematical Models for Reconstruction Planning in Urban Areas
Type: ResearchMathematical Models for Reconstruction Planning in Urban Areas

MatosFerreiraTelangSmith-NBER2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/1/2013

Matrix of Sample Topics
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/31/2009

Matt Dooley
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Matt Hannigan
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Matthew Brodlie
Type: FacultyExecutive Vice President, Acquisitions of Relativity Media

Matthew Crespi
Type: FacultyPhD Student

Matthew Eisenberg
Type: FacultyPh.D. Candidate

Matthew Mehalik
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

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May 2010 Class Schedule - 22.03.10
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May 2012 Class Schedule_180112
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May 2014 General Overview
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May 2014 General FT programs overview

May 2014 Orientation Schedule
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MCMC Approach to Classical Estimation with Overidentifying Restrictions
Type: ResearchMCMC Approach to Classical Estimation with Overidentifying Restrictions

McNair Scholarship Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/9/2013

MDE Paper
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/14/2009

MDIV Joint for MSPPM
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/7/2010
For MSPPM students interested in joint degree with PTS' MDiv

Measuring Information Diffusion in an Online Community
Type: ResearchGarg, Rajiv; Smith, Michael D and Telang, Rahul. 2011. &ldquo;Measuring Information Diffusion in an Online Community.&rdquo; Journal of Management Information Systems 28 (2): 11&ndash;38. http://mesharpe.metapress.com/openurl.asp?genre=article&amp;issn=0742-1222&amp;volume=28&amp;issue=2&amp;spage=11 &nbsp;

Measuring the Economic Impact of Green Space
Type: News | Release Date: 9/15/2010
For a system project sponsored by the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh, a team of Heinz College students used GIS and regression techniques to uncover a green premium for home prices near city parks.

Media Contacts
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/26/2014

MEDIA RELEASE: Carnegie Mellon University - Australia Welcomes Positive Audit Outcomes
Type: News | Release Date: 1/5/2011
Carnegie Mellon University – Australia has welcomed a positive audit report from Australia’s independent quality assurance agency for higher education.

MEDIA RELEASE: Edward DeSeve Australian Visit
Type: News | Release Date: 2/23/2011
On his first official day in Australia, Special Advisor to U.S. President Obama, Edward DeSeve, says Australia is the lucky country and talks about gradual recovery in the U.S.

MEDIA RELEASE: Global Health Expert Visits Adelaide
Type: News | Release Date: 8/5/2010
U.S-based global health expert Dr Jack Chow will present a public address at Carnegie Mellon University in Adelaide on Monday 9 August about ‘The Emerging Era of Global Health Diplomacy’.

MEDIA RELEASE: IT Leaders Get a Study Boost
Type: News | Release Date: 3/23/2011
Technology Industry Association (TIA) CEO, Steve Adcock announced today that the Association has launched two exciting new scholarships for budding Information Technology (IT) leaders.

MEDIA RELEASE: MAJOR GENERAL ARNOLD FIELDS VISITS AUSTRALIA
Type: News | Release Date: 9/8/2011
Former United States’ Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), Major General Arnold Fields (Ret.), is visiting Australia as Guest Lecturer for Carnegie Mellon University – Australia.

MEDIA RELEASE: Open Technology Foundation Unveiled
Type: News | Release Date: 5/16/2011
After two years of planning and widespread consultation, Australia and New Zealand governments have voiced their support for the incorporation of a bilateral Open Technology Foundation (OTF).

MEDIA RELEASE: South Australia the Solar Power State
Type: News | Release Date: 11/29/2010
New research shows South Australia (SA) is the best location in the country for solar power.

MEDIA RELEASE: Special Advisor to U.S. President Obama, Edward DeSeve, Arrives in Adelaide
Type: News | Release Date: 2/22/2011
Special Advisor to the U.S. President Obama, Edward DeSeve, has today arrived in Adelaide for his first official engagement as guest lecturer of Carnegie Mellon University – Australia (CMUA).

MEDIA RELEASE: Special Advisor to U.S. President Obama, Edward DeSeve, Arrives in Adelaide
Type: News | Release Date: 2/22/2011
Special Advisor to the U.S. President Obama, Edward DeSeve, has today arrived in Adelaide for his first official engagement as guest lecturer of Carnegie Mellon University – Australia (CMUA).

MEDIA RELEASE: Students Create New Business Tool
Type: News | Release Date: 8/24/2010
Students from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) Australia have worked with local company Intelligent Software Development (ISD) to model an innovative new business tool.

MEDIA RELEASE: U.S. EXPERT TO TEACH SHORT COURSE IN ADELAIDE
Type: News | Release Date: 9/26/2011
Expert on U.S. budget debt and deficit, Professor Steve Redburn, has announced he will teach a Carnegie Mellon University – Australia (CMU-A) Advanced Education Program course in Adelaide.

MEDIA RELEASE: University Welcomes New Students
Type: News | Release Date: 2/9/2011
Carnegie Mellon University – Australia Executive Director and Distinguished Professor of Public Policy, Terry Buss, says a total of 103 students are now enrolled at the campus, with more to enrol throughout the year.

MEDIA RELEASE: World renowned Software Engineering Institute launches Australian Operations
Type: News | Release Date: 8/1/2011
The U.S. based Software Engineering Institute (SEI) today launched their Asia-Pacific operations in Adelaide at Carnegie Mellon University – Australia (CMU-A).

MEDIA STATEMENT: Carnegie Mellon University - Australia
Type: News | Release Date: 10/23/2010
Carnegie Mellon University is committed to our programs in Adelaide and to the South Australian community. There are no plans to close the operations in Adelaide and no truth that a closing in 12 months is imminent.

MEDIA STATEMENT: Carnegie Mellon University - Australia
Type: News | Release Date: 10/24/2010
Carnegie Mellon University is committed to our programs in Adelaide and to the South Australian community. There are no plans to close the operations in Adelaide and no truth that a closing in 12 months is imminent.

MEDIA STATEMENT: Carnegie Mellon University - Australia
Type: News | Release Date: 11/9/2010
Media statement from Ramayya Krishnan, Dean, Heinz College School of Information Systems and Management, School of Public Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon University.

MEDIA STATEMENT: Good Practices Added to AUQA Database
Type: News | Release Date: 7/14/2011
Exemplars from Carnegie Mellon University – Australia have been added to the Australian Universities Quality Agency’s (AUQA) Good Practice Database.

MEDIA STATEMENT: UNIVERSITY ENROLMENTS STRONG
Type: News | Release Date: 6/19/2011
A total of 52 students have been offered, and accepted, admission into Carnegie Mellon University – Australia’s (CMU-A) two masters programs for the August intake, with more expected to accept offers before applications close.

Mediating the Tension Between Information Privacy and Information Access: The Role of Digital Government
Type: ResearchGovernment agencies collect and disseminate data that bear on the most important issues of public interest. Advances in information technology, particularly the Internet, have multiplied the tension between demands for evermore comprehensive databases and demands for the shelter of privacy. In mediating between these two conflicting demands, agencies must address a host of difficult problems. These include providing access to information while protecting confidentiality, coping with health information databases, and ensuring consistency with international standards. The policies of agencies are determined by what is right for them to do, what works for them, and what they are required to do by law. They must interpret and respect the ethical imperatives of democratic accountability, constitutional empowerment, and individual autonomy. They must keep pace with technological developments by developing effective measures for making information available to a broad range of users. They must both abide by the mandates of legislation and participate in the process of developing new legislation that is responsive to changes that affect their domain. In managing confidentiality and data access functions, agencies have two basic tools: techniques for disclosure limitation through restricted data and administrative procedures through restricted access. The technical procedures for disclosure limitation involve a range of mathematical and statistical tools. The administrative procedures can be implemented through a variety of institutional mechanisms, ranging from privacy advocates, through internal privacy review boards, to a data and access protection commission.

Medical Management
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/9/2014
A new and rapidly changing health care environment is forcing more physicians to accept administrative and management responsibilities for which they haven't been given the proper education.

Medical Management (MMM)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/10/2013

Meet Alumni Award Winners
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Meet Alumni Award Winners Teresa Allison and Keith Eich
Type: News | Release Date: 10/26/2011
Each year, the Carnegie Mellon Alumni Association holds an awards ceremony honoring alumni for their achievements and service to the University. This year’s honorees include Teresa Allison, MSPPM 1999 (Alumni Service Award) and Keith Eich, MISM 2004 (Recent Alumni Award).

Meet Our DC Faculty & Staff
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

Meet the new brains - our adjunct lecturers in profile
Type: News | Release Date: 8/25/2009
Carnegie Mellon has three outstanding adjunct lecturers teaching with us this semester.

Meet us in Your Country (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/30/2013
Carnegie Mellon University - Australia regularly participates in higher education exhibitions and events around the world. Meet us in your country at one of the following events.

Megan DuBois (MAM '11) Joins Maryland Symphony Orchestra as Operations Manager & Education Coordinator
Type: News | Release Date: 2/9/2012
The Maryland Symphony Orchestra has announced the recent appointment of Megan DuBois (MAM '11) as Operations Manager and Education Coordinator.

MEIM - Practicum Approval/Information Form 2010
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/4/2010

MEIM Admissions Requirements
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/13/2014
We're looking for students with a passion for storytelling and appreciation for the creative process.

MEIM Advisory Board
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/11/2012

MEIM Application Process
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/26/2013
Application process for students interested in pursuing the MEIM degree

MEIM at the Cannes Film Festival
Type: News | Release Date: 7/31/2012
Samantha Fabin and Jing Lin, both second-year Master of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM) students at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College, recently returned to the United States after spending more than two weeks in Cannes, France, interning at the American Pavilion, a communication and hospitality center for the thousands of Americans visiting during the Cannes Film Festival. Since its debut at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival, the pavilion has become a permanent fixture on the Cannes landscape.

MEIM Career Outcomes
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/4/2013
MEIM graduates are highly sought after by many different arts organizations as well as other non-profit and private organizations.

MEIM CareerGuide_2103
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/22/2013

MEIM Careers
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/19/2013
MEIM is designed to help armor you with experience and education needed to climb the career ladder in the film and television industry.

MEIM Curriculum
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/19/2013
MEIM instructors strive to develop your management and business skills to support your creative passion.

MEIM Employment Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/31/2012

MEIM Experiences at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival
Type: News | Release Date: 2/16/2012
The theme for the 2012 Sundance Film Festival was “Look Again,” and if the views of the snow covered mountains and the film stars hadn’t made me do so, the sheer enthusiasm in the air certainly did. Last month, a group of 16 Master of Entertainment Industry Management students journeyed to Park City as part of our second year of the program.

MEIM Faculty
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/17/2014

MEIM Handbook 08-09
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/7/2008

MEIM Handbook 08-09v2
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/7/2008

MEIM Incoming Class Profile (3 year average)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/26/2013
Incoming Fall 2007 Class Profile

MEIM Mission Statement
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/19/2013

MEIM One-Pager
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/7/2010

MEIM Program Takes the Stage at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival
Type: News | Release Date: 5/16/2014
The 2014 Cannes Festival has begun and Master of Entertainment Industry Program (MEIM) Students from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College have already taken to the red carpet. Graduating MEIM student, Taylor Grabowsky, will have his short film “The Encounter” debut at the festival’s Cannes Court Métrage (Short Film Corner), his second consecutive film to appear at the prestigious festival.

MEIM Student Excels in Creative Minds Group Competition at Cannes Film Festival
Type: News | Release Date: 6/12/2014
Sarah Whitelocke, a Master of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM ’15) from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, made an impressive showing at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival’s Creative Minds Group Competition where she won Best Editor and had her group’s short film place second overall.

MEIM Student Featured in Top India Newspaper
Type: News | Release Date: 2/25/2013
Aditya Rao, a second year Masters of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM) student at Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, was recently featured in The Deccan Chronicle, one of India’s top English language newspapers. Rao was featured for recent successes in his music career, which include having his vocals featured in a major Indian motion picture.

MEIM Student to Appear on Premiere of FOX-TV's X-Factor
Type: News | Release Date: 9/21/2011
Michael Dunn, a second-year Master of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM) student, will appear on FOX-TV’s new singing competition show, X-Factor. The series premieres nationally tonight at 8PM Eastern.

MEIM Students Participate in Studio Treks
Type: News | Release Date: 2/13/2013
Master of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM) students from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College were recently invited to take part in MBA Studio Treks in Los Angeles.

MEIM Students Reflect on Their Cannes Experience
Type: News | Release Date: 7/24/2013
This past May, Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College had a big presence at the Cannes International Film Festival. Not only were four students from Heinz College’s Master of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM) program lucky enough to attend this year, one of them, Taylor Grabowsky had his short film Donor Heart premier as part of Cannes Court Metrange.

MEIM: An Immersive Experience
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/7/2014

MEIM_2013_2014_Handbook
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/14/2013

Melanie Zilora
Type: FacultyPh.D. Student

Melissa Martin
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Mellon Systemic Risk Management (2005)
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/16/2008

Memberships & Affiliations
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/22/2013

Memorial Day No Classes
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 5/25/2015
No Description

Mentor Advance Search
Type: File | Last Modified: 5/17/2014

Mentor Application
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/7/2010

Mentor Brochure
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/19/2011

Mentor Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 5/17/2014

Mexico Based Accredited Agent (Australia Campus)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/27/2011

Michael D. Smith Responds to New York Times Op-Ed on Anti-Piracy Legislation
Type: News | Release Date: 8/20/2012
Michael D. Smith Responds to New York Times Op-Ed on Anti-Piracy Legislation

Michael Greenberg
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Michael Hanley
Type: FacultyAdjunct Faculty

Michael Hanley
Type: FacultyMember of the Technical Staff and Network Defense Analyst at the Software Engineering Institute’s CERT Program

Michael McCarthy
Type: FacultyAssociate Teaching Professor

Michael Smith
Type: FacultyProfessor of Information Technology and Marketing, Heinz College and Tepper School of Business

Mid Semester Break-NO CLASSES
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 3/6/2015
No Description

Mid Semester Grades Due by 9pm
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 3/9/2015
No Description

Mid-Semester Break NO CLASSES
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/17/2014
No Description

Might Randomization in Queue Discipline Be Useful When Waiting Cost is a Concave Function of Waiting Time?
Type: ResearchThis paper raises the question of whether some degree of randomization in queue discipline might be welfare enhancing in certain queues for which the cost of waiting is a concave function of waiting time, so that increased variability in waiting times may be good not bad for aggregate customer welfare. Such concavity may occur if the costs of waiting asymptotically approach some maximum (e.g., for patients seeking organ transplants who will not live beyond a certain threshold time) or if the customer incurs a fixed cost if there is any wait at all (e.g., for knowledge workers seeking a service or piece of information that is required to proceed with their current task, so any delay forces them to incur the &quot;set up charge&quot; associated with switching tasks). &nbsp;

Miguel Mier
Type: FacultyChief Operating Officer of Cinépolis

Mike Smith
Type: Page | Last Modified: 8/24/2009

Mike Smith and Rahul Telang Partner on New Paper Analyzing Effects of French Piracy Law
Type: News | Release Date: 3/1/2012
Mike Smith and Rahul Telang are no strangers to digital media and online piracy research. The digital rights dream team at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College has worked together numerous times, most recently publishing a paper that attempts to address new questions by analyzing how France's HADOPI law, also known as the Creation and Internet Law, affected digital music sales on the iTunes music store.

Mini 1 Evening Classes Final Exams
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/13/2014
No Description

Mini 1 Exams, Semester Classes Meet as Scheduled
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/14/2014-10/16/2014
No Description

Mini I & Mid Semester Course Evaluations
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/6/2014-10/10/2014
No Description

Mini I Grades due by 4pm
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/22/2014
No Description

Mini II Begins Mid-Semester Grades due by 4pm
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 10/20/2014
No Description

Mini III & Mid-Semester Course Evaluations
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 2/23/2015-2/27/2015
No Description

Mini III Exams; Semester Classes Meet as Scheduled
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 3/3/2015-3/5/2015
No Description

Mini III Grades Due by 4pm
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 3/11/2015
No Description

Mini IV Classes Begin
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 3/16/2015
No Description

Mini V & Mid-Semester Course Evaluations
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 6/15/2015-6/19/2015
No Description

Mini V Exams
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 6/22/2015-6/26/2015
No Description

Mini V Grades Due by 4pm
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 6/30/2015
No Description

Mini V Last Day of Classes
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 6/26/2015
No Description

Mini VI Classes Begin
Type: Event | Event Start Date: 6/29/2015
No Description

MISIM Students
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/23/2014

MISM - MSISPM Webinar 12-Nov-2012
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/12/2012
MISM - MSISPM Webinar 12-Nov-2012

MISM 08-09 Handbook
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/22/2008

MISM 16 Month Track Incoming Class Profile (3 year average)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/26/2013
Incoming MISM Class of 2013 Profile.

MISM 16-Month Track Sample Schedule
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/19/2012
Carnegie Mellon credibility, state-of-the-art learning. A Master of Information Systems Management that counts.

MISM 3-2 Accelerated Programs
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/19/2012
Masters in Information Systems Management that counts, state of the art learning, Carnegie Mellon credibility

MISM 8.12.13 Full-TIme Placement
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/19/2013

MISM Accelerated Masters - Carnegie Mellon University 3+1+1 Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
Carnegie Mellon Credibility, State of the art learning, A masters of Information Systems Management Degree that counts

MISM Allegheny College 3+2 Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/13/2012
Carnegie Mellon Credibility, State of the art learning, expert faculty, cutting edge research, good placement opportunities

MISM Alum Selected as 2013-2014 Anne and Edward Lewis Post-Graduate Fellow in Social Innovation
Type: News | Release Date: 5/10/2013
Varun Arora, a Master of Information Science Management (MISM ’12) alum from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, was selected as the 2013-2014 Anne V. Lewis, HNZ 1990, and Edward J. Lewis Post-Graduate Fellow in Social Innovation.

MISM Alum Serves as the Director for Federal Cybersecurity
Type: News | Release Date: 4/1/2013
When Earl Crane, a 2001 graduate of the [Master of Information Systems Management] [1] program at Carnegie Mellon University's H. John Heinz III College, enters the White House each morning, he faces a full agenda and immense responsibility. As the Director for Federal Cybersecurity, Crane is part of the cadre of interagency cybersecurity professionals on the White House National Security Staff.

MISM Alums Release Innovative Crowdsourcing App
Type: News | Release Date: 9/25/2013
Me Wants, a new app developed in part by two Master of Information Science Management Alums from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, is creating a real-time mobile marketplace on CMU’s campus. Developed by Mikhil Innani (MISM 2011), Mohit Bijlani (MISM 2007) and SUNY Buffalo Alum Chaitanya Mehta, with the help of Abhilash Edakadampil (MISM 2006), Me Wants allows smartphone users to get help with any tasks/errands they're willing to pay a small premium for.

MISM Application Process
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/13/2014
Application Requirements for students interested in pursuing the MISM degree.

MISM Bethany College
Type: Page | Last Modified: 9/13/2012

MISM BI Concentration
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/16/2009

MISM BIDA Admission Requirements
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/3/2013
Carnegie Mellon credibility, state-of-the-art learning. A Master of Information Systems Management Degree that counts.

MISM BIDA Concentration One Pager
Type: File | Last Modified: 11/8/2011

MISM BIDA dec 13 fulltime
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/7/2014

MISM BIDA dec13 fulltime4.2.14
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/2/2014
updated bida data 4.2.14

MISM BIDA Incoming Class Profile (3 year average)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/26/2013
Incoming MISM Class of 2013 Profile.

MISM BIDA Requirements
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/16/2013
Carnegie Mellon credibility, state-of-the-art learning. A Master of Information Systems Management that counts

MISM BIDA Sample Schedule
Type: Page | Last Modified: 2/26/2013
Carnegie Mellon credibility, state-of-the-art learning. A Master of Information Systems Management that counts.

MISM Business Intelligence & Data Analytics (BIDA)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/25/2013
The Master of Information Systems Management (MISM) degree with a Business Intelligence and Data Analytics (BIDA) concentration is developing an elite set of graduates cross trained in business process analysis and skills in predictive modeling, GIS mapping, analytical reporting, segmentation analysis, and data visualization.

MISM Career Counseling
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
The Masters in Information Systems Management graduate program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

MISM Chatham University 4+1 Program
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
Masters in Information Systems Management that counts, state of the art learning, Carnegie Mellon credibility

MISM Costs & Financial Aid
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012

MISM Course Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
Course Information and samples of electives for the MISM program.

MISM Course Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
Course Information and samples of electives for the MISM program.

MISM Course Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
Course Information and samples of electives for the MISM program.

MISM Dec 2013 fulltime
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/7/2014

MISM Dec 2013 fulltime final
Type: File | Last Modified: 6/26/2014

MISM DECEMBER 2012 DATA
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/20/2014

MISM DECEMBER 2012 Full time placement as of 6.13
Type: File | Last Modified: 1/16/2014

MISM EC Concentration
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/16/2009

MISM Employment Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
The Masters in Information Systems Management graduate program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

MISM Employment Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/16/2014

MISM Exchange Program Mannheim
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/17/2011

MISM Exchange Program Munich
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/17/2011

MISM Exchange Program Vienna
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/17/2011

MISM Global May 14
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/16/2014

MISM Global TracksTuition and Scholarships
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/5/2014

MISM Graduate Co-Founds Fashion Startup
Type: News | Release Date: 11/21/2012
Amrish Singh, a Masters of Information Science Management (MISM ‘09) alum from Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College, recently launched the fashion/commerce startup, Threadmatcher.com.

MISM Incoming Class Profile (3 year average)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/26/2013
Incoming MISM Class of 2007 Profile.

MISM Internship Requirement
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/11/2013
The Masters in Information Systems Management program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

MISM Internship Requirement
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/11/2013
The Masters in Information Systems Management program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

MISM Internship Requirement
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/11/2013
The Masters in Information Systems Management program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

MISM Internship Requirement
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/11/2013
The Masters in Information Systems Management program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

MISM ISM Concentration
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/16/2009

mism may 2012
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/8/2012

MISM May 2013 Employment Data
Type: File | Last Modified: 6/27/2013

MISM May 2013 Full-TIme Placement 7.17.13
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/22/2013

MISM May 2014 Full-time
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/16/2014

MISM MI Concentration
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/16/2009

MISM Networking & Job Fairs
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
The Master of Information Systems Management program at CMU. Your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy

MISM One Year Track Incoming Class Profile (3 year average)
Type: Page | Last Modified: 11/26/2013
Incoming MISM Class of 2013 Profile

MISM One-Pager
Type: File | Last Modified: 9/21/2011

MISM One-Year Sample Schedule
Type: Page | Last Modified: 1/22/2013
Carnegie Mellon credibility, state-of-the-art learning. A Master of Information Systems Management that counts.

MISM SM Concentration
Type: File | Last Modified: 2/16/2009

MISM Specializations
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
Our flexible curriculum allows you to choose among five concentrations geared to your level of interest: electronic commerce, business intelligence, information security management, service management and medical informatics.

MISM Specializations
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
Our flexible curriculum allows you to choose among five concentrations geared to your level of interest: electronic commerce, business intelligence, information security management, service management and medical informatics.

MISM Specializations
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
Our flexible curriculum allows you to choose among five concentrations geared to your level of interest: electronic commerce, business intelligence, information security management, service management and medical informatics.

MISM Student Projects
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/11/2013
The Masters in Information Systems Management program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

MISM Student Projects
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/11/2013
The Masters in Information Systems Management program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

MISM Student Projects
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/11/2013
The Masters in Information Systems Management program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

MISM Student Projects
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/11/2013
The Masters in Information Systems Management program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

MISM Student Projects
Type: Page | Last Modified: 7/11/2013
The Masters in Information Systems Management program at CMU...your gateway to Fortune 1000 companies. Succeed at the intersection of technology and strategy.

MISM update for dec 13 grads 4.2.14
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/2/2014
MISM update for dec 13 grads 4.2.14

MISM update for dec 13 grads 4.2.14
Type: File | Last Modified: 4/2/2014
MISM update for dec 13 grads 4.2.14

MISM---Program-Manual-2012-2013.pdf
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/23/2012

MISM-ALL CareerGuide 2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 8/19/2013

MISM-BIDA
Type: Page | Last Modified: 3/21/2013

MISM-BIDA Course Information
Type: Page | Last Modified: 4/10/2012
Course Information and samples of electives for the MISM program.

MISM-BIDA-AMP-2013
Type: File | Last Modified: 10/18/2012

mism_program_manual_14_15
Type: File | Last Modified: 7/9/2014

Mission & Updates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/23/2014
This page contains the mission statement of the Summer Career Academy as well as a list of updates that will or already have been made.

MMM Admissions Requirements
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/11/2014

MMM Alumnus Named Mentor of the Year
Type: News | Release Date: 11/13/2008
The American Osteopathic Association (AOA), in association with Pfizer Inc., recently named James M. Lally, D.O., an osteopathic family physician from Chino, California and 2000 graduate of the Heinz College Master of Medical Management program, as their 2008 Mentor of the Year.

MMM Application Process
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/11/2014

MMM Careers
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/24/2013

MMM Cohort Dates
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/11/2014

MMM Costs & Financial Aid
Type: Page | Last Modified: 6/24/2013

MMM Course Descriptions
Type: File | Last Modified: 12/19/2012